Feds set standard THC dose; MN legalization heads to floor; KS medical marijuana stalls in Senate; Cop backs cannabis banking; TX hemp scam arrest
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The National Institute on Drug Abuse is setting a standard dose of 5 mg THC for marijuana research, effective immediately.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) reacted to lawmakers sending medical cannabis legislation to her desk, saying, “I hope, after thoroughly reviewing it, we can sign the bill.”
The Minnesota House Ways and Means Committee approved the majority leader’s marijuana legalization bill. That’s the 12th—and final—panel stop for the legislation before it hits the floor. The session ends on May 17 and the vote could be this week.
Kansas’s Senate president indicated that although a medical cannabis bill passed the House in a strong bipartisan vote, the issue is unlikely to be considered in his chamber this year and may have to wait until 2022.
Sen. Steve Daines(R-MT) released a video of a Montana sheriff who says his marijuana banking bill will help keep the public and police safe. The