Month: June 2021

The governor of Pennsylvania on Wednesday signed medical marijuana legislation that extends certain policies that were temporarily enacted during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Under the legislation, cannabis curbside deliveries will continue, patients can obtain a 90-day—rather than 30-day—supply for cannabis and the cap on the number of patientsContinue Reading

A key North Carolina Senate committee on Wednesday approved a bill to legalize medical marijuana in the state. The Senate Judiciary Committee, which first heard testimony on the proposal last week, approved the legislation in a voice vote. It must still move through three additional panels before potentially being consideredContinue Reading

Harvard Law School on Wednesday announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind psychedelics policy center that it hopes will inform legislation and help clinicians navigate this burgeoning medical space as reform continues to advance. The Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation (POPLAR) will be a three-year effort designed to “promote safety,Continue Reading