The Justice Department’s request to dismiss a lawsuit over the federal ban on medical marijuana patients’ firearms rights is rife with contradictions and represents an “insulting, illogical, and ahistorical” legal perspective, a new motion from attorneys representing Florida’s agriculture commissioner and medical cannabis patients says. DOJ filed its motion to
From Santa Cruz to Somerville, cities across the US are decriminalizing the possession of psychedelic substances. Is your city on the list? The post Where are psychedelics legal or decriminalized in the US? appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Where are psychedelics legal or decriminalized in the US?
Everything you need to know about South Dakota’s proposed cannabis legalization amendment on the Nov. 8 ballot. The post Election 2022: South Dakota marijuana legalization guide appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Election 2022: South Dakota marijuana legalization guide
The United Kingdom has a new leader. And one of the government’s first acts under Prime Minister Liz Truss was to refuse to give formal permission to allow Bermuda to enact a law to legalize and regulate marijuana—despite reports that Truss herself previously supported legalizing cannabis. This is a development
Canada’s blooming psychedelics industry is trying to do things a little differently by elevating women’s voices and eliminating manels at conferences. The post WOC-led psychedelics conference champions gender equality with all-women speakers appeared first on Leafly. Read More: WOC-led psychedelics conference champions gender equality with all-women speakers
San Francisco became the fourth city in California to effectively decriminalize the use, possession, personal cultivation, and transfer of entheogens. The post San Francisco decriminalizes psychedelics appeared first on Leafly. Read More: San Francisco decriminalizes psychedelics
The governor of California signed a bill on Tuesday that includes provisions mandating that social workers who are called to investigate child welfare handle parental marijuana use in the same way that they do for alcohol. Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D) sponsored the legislation, which is one of about a dozen
San Francisco lawmakers have unanimously approved a measure calling for the decriminalization of psychedelics like psilocybin and ayahuasca. The Board of Supervisors approved the measure, sponsored by Supervisors Dean Preston (D) and Hillary Ronen (D), on Wednesday. While it doesn’t immediately enact changes to criminal justice policy in San Francisco,
The Michigan State Police recently halted the testing of blood for the presence of THC, citing possible false positive results caused by the presence of CBD in samples. Officials have also alerted county prosecutors across the state to the discrepancy, warning them that they shouldn’t rely on the lab’s test
The U.S. military has taken great pains to communicate to service members that CBD is off limits. And, apparently at one point, that included staging and filming a fictional press conference on the policy, where questions touched on hypotheticals like the eating cannabis-infused burritos and washing cats with CBD shampoos.