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World Anti-Doping Agency to Reconsider Ban on Cannabis
Two months after the United States’ top women’s sprinter was ruled ineligible for the Tokyo Olympics due to testing positive for marijuana, the international agency overseeing banned substances in sports said it is ready to review its prohibition on pot.  The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said Tuesday that it will act on an endorsement from… View Article

South Dakota Takes Step Toward Approving Medical Marijuana Rules
The legislative panel responsible for approving the rules that will govern South Dakota’s new medical marijuana law has approved a number of proposed regulations and sent other proposals back for review, in what was a crucial administrative step toward implementing the new statewide program. The Legislature’s Rules Review Committee on Monday gave “the green light… View Article

New Mexico Cannabis License Raises Eyebrows
A lucrative cannabis producer license that was issued by the New Mexico Department of Health with little notice only days before the agency lost its regulatory authority is raising eyebrows. Some of the state’s marijuana industry insiders are calling for an investigation into the affair amid allegations of favoritism. The license awarded to Albuquerque-based GH… View Article

Arizona Dispensary Trading Pre-rolls for Bras to Fight Breast Cancer
A Phoenix-area cannabis dispensary chain is giving away free pre-rolled joints to customers who donate a bra in a campaign to support breast cancer awareness while supporting an Arizona nonprofit group. A collaboration between Mint Cannabis and Check for a Lump, the Buds ‘n’ Bras campaign aims to highlight the vital need for breast cancer… View Article

Weldon Project Pens Letter Calling for Release Of Cannabis Prisoners
A recent letter from the advocacy group The Weldon Project was also signed by more than 150 artists, athletes, producers, lawmakers, policy experts, reform advocates and leaders in business, law enforcement and academia. The letter urges the president to use his authority “to grant  a  full, complete, and unconditional  pardon to all  persons  subject  to… View Article

Nebraska Moves Toward Two Medical Marijuana Proposals on 2022 Ballot
An advocacy group took a crucial procedural step on Wednesday toward eventually getting a pair of medical marijuana proposals before Nebraska voters on next year’s ballot. The group Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana said that it has “recently filed drafts of the measures with the Nebraska Secretary of State and expects to begin circulating petitions later… View Article

Cannabis-Related Arrests in Virginia Decrease By 90 Percent After Legalization
Virginia cannabis law went into effect on July 1, 2021, and in a little over two months since that starting date, the county of Richmond has experienced a shocking decrease in cannabis-related arrests.  The new law legalizes cannabis possession up to one ounce, as well as cultivation of up to four personal plants per household,… View Article

Jon’s Stone-Cold Quarantine Cop List: 14th Edition
I’ve run out of fun intros for the cop list features, so let’s just go with what’s up y’all—back again with the latest and greatest to get your spirits lifted out of the dumps of whatever the hell dystopian future we’re living in. Seriously, have y’all been feeling this dark cloud, too? Feels like the… View Article

California Bill to Allow Medical Cannabis in Hospitals Heads to Governor’s Desk
The Compassionate Access to Medical Cannabis Act or Ryan’s Law would allow patients in California with serious conditions to use non-smokable medical cannabis inside of hospitals. After receiving approval in California’s Assembly and Senate, Ryan’s Law and a bill regulating smokable hemp products both headed to the governor’s desk, amid a recall election. If and… View Article

Medical Marijuana Cultivators in Alabama to Start Planting in 2022
The panel tasked with overseeing the implementation of Alabama’s new medical cannabis law will reportedly urge lawmakers to tweak the measure in order to begin the plant cultivation process sooner. That news comes via, which said that the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission has been in discussions with state legislators “about changing the date to… View Article