Ann Arbor decrims psychedelics; FDA meeting on CBD & sex; SD racist marijuana enforcement exposed; KS lawmakers push medical cannabis
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The Vermont Senate voted to send bills to legalize marijuana sales and expunge prior cannabis convictions to the desk of Gov. Phil Scott (R). The governor last week praised the process by which the final cannabis commerce proposal was negotiated, so advocates are hopeful he won’t veto it.
The Ann Arbor, Michigan City Council voted unanimously to decriminalize a wide range of psychedelics—including psilocybin, ayahuasca and ibogaine.
The Food and Drug Administration announced it will host a day-long public meeting to explore the differing effects of CBD and other marijuana compounds based on gender and sex differences.
A new analysis by the campaign seeking to pass a marijuana legalization ballot measure in South Dakota shows that nearly one out of 10 of all arrests in the state are for cannabis, and that enforcement is carried out