Texas Delta 8 Ban Is Temporarily Lifted & Fentanyl Laced Weed Is All Over Black Market Marijuana
A Texas appeals court upheld an injunction against the state’s ban on delta-8 THC. It is now back to being considered legal to possess, sell, consume, or otherwise enjoy Delta 8 THC in the state of Texas.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said in a new interview with New York’s top marijuana regulator that he wants to stop large companies from controlling the cannabis industry.
The Montana Department of Revenue is rescinding proposed rules that would have blocked marijuana industry employment for people with past cannabis convictions and restricted CBD sales.
Some Arizona marijuana reform advocates say the state’s social equity program will end up benefiting big cannabis businesses instead of small players from communities harmed by the drug war.
“This is a program that, as currently written, is designed to fail.”
Drug Enforcement Administration Administrator Anne Milgram claimed that fentanyl is being laced into marijuana, among other drugs.
Connecticut officials circulated a warning about reports of potential fentanyl-laced marijuana.
Mississippi lawmakers said they don’t expect a special session to pass medical cannabis legislation.
New Mexico regulators issued the state’s first recreational marijuana cultivation license.
Party leaders in Germany’s incoming government coalition have reached an agreement to legalize marijuana nationwide.
British Virgin Islands Premier Andrew Fahie said he’s optimistic that the government’s cannabis bill will receive the governor’s assent.
An Australian senator filed a marijuana legalization bill.
A study found that medical marijuana laws “increase the probability that a 30–39-year-old woman is in the labor force, and decrease the time that unemployed 20–29-year-old men spend looking for a job.”