Day: September 14, 2022

Nevada saw two significant marijuana policy developments on Wednesday, with a judge ruling that the Board of Pharmacy’s classification of the drug as a Schedule I substance violates the state Constitution—a decision that comes as regulators separately announced that they will soon begin accepting applications for on-site consumption lounge licenses.Continue Reading

Sha’Carri Richardson’s Olympic trials suspension sparked a discussion of cannabis. But the World Anti-Doping Agency wasn’t moved by the evidence. The post Cannabis will likely remain banned by world anti-doping agency in 2023 appeared first on Leafly. Read More: Cannabis will likely remain banned by world anti-doping agencyContinue Reading

A Republican Missouri lawmaker has introduced a revised marijuana legalization bill with the hopes that the filing will spur the governor to expand a special session to allow consideration of the emergency reform legislation as an alternative to a cannabis initiative that will appear on the state’s November ballot. Rep.Continue Reading

Americans’ fascination with psychedelics is greater than ever despite the fact that federal authorities still ban most substances in this space. An increasing number of companies have focused on drug discovery, research and medical applications of psychedelics as interest continues to spike. As the social stigma surrounding psychedelics slowly fadesContinue Reading

MO Supreme Court keeps legalization on ballot; PA marijuana license bill; Atlanta psychedelics decrim; Poll: OR voters still support drug decrim Subscribe to receive Marijuana Moment’s newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know which cannabis stories are shaping the day. (function() {Continue Reading