Federal Cannabis Legalization News – December 2020 – Cannabis News Roundup
The MORE Act makes history!
House approves a cannabis research bill.
Thailand removes cannabis from list of narcotics.
And much more cannabis legalization news from December 2020.
United Nations approves WHO recommendation to reschedule cannabis in historic vote (MJBiz Daily)
Thailand Removes Cannabis from Narcotics List (Bangkok Herald)
Cannabidiol (CBD) in cannabis does not impair driving, landmark study shows (University of Sydney)
Cannabis retailers vow to fight marijuana delivery regulations poised for passage Monday (Boston Herald)
Mike Tyson smoked marijuana before exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr. (CBS Sports)
House Leadership Announces Vote On MORE Act To End Marijuana Prohibition Will Take Place Next Week (NORML)
House Approves Marijuana Research Bill Days After Voting To Federally Legalize Cannabis (Marijuana Moment)
Fairmont man charged after firefighters identify large amount of marijuana plants while responding to brush fire (Newsbreak)
Get with the program. Legalize weed. (Washington Post)
Cannabis tax will encourage black market, N.J. retailers say | Opinion (NJ)
Bustos’ vote against legalizing marijuana has confused, angered some local constituents (QCTimes)
Virginia Governor’s Budget Funds Marijuana Expungements And Preparation For Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
Trump Pardons Weldon Angelos, Pot and Prison Reform Activist (Westword)
Snoop Dogg’s Casa Verde Capital closes on $100 million as the cannabis industry bounces back (Techcrunch)
Mitch McConnell Cheers Lack Of Marijuana Banking Protections In New COVID Bill (Marijuana Moment)
SPACs pump hundreds of millions of dollars into US cannabis industry through acquisitions (MJBiz Daily)
Goa govt considering legalising cannabis cultivation, opposition sees red (Hindustan Times)
Pilot Programs Extended to 2022! (Earth Law LLC)
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