Congressional vote on cannabis research this week (Newsletter: September 7, 2020) – Marijuana Moment

Polls: Big support for MS medical marijuana & DC psychedelics ballot measures; NORML helps draft impaired driving bill; CA cannabis & CBD bills update

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A newly released poll shows that Mississippi voters strongly support medical cannabis and are poised to approve an activist-driven initiative in November over a competing, more restrictive one placed on the ballot by lawmakers.

A new survey found that three out of five Washington, D.C. likely voters support a measure on the November ballot to decriminalize psychedelics in the nation’s capital.

In a new podcast, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) explains why he’ll vote for a bill to federally legalize marijuana on the House floor this month despite concerns over social equity provisions he describes as “reparations” for the drug war.

“The federal government has lied to the American people for a generation about cannabis.”

As California’s legislative session came to a close this week, lawmakers passed bills on marijuana banking, taxes and appellations. But a proposal to regulate hemp-derived CBD in food, beverages, cosmetics and dietary supplements stalled.

NORML had a hand in drafting a new impaired driving bill in Congress, helping to make sure that only evidence-based standards will be used when it

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