These states could legalize cannabis in 2021 (Newsletter: January 4, 2021) – Marijuana Moment

FDA’s CBD research plan; NY gov pledges legal marijuana in State of the State; KS lawmakers prep medical cannabis push for 2021

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Top Food and Drug Administration officials announced a new plan to fill gaps in research about CBD’s effects using “real-world data.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) stepped up his push to legalize marijuana in 2021 by featuring it in his State of the State address.

Arizona regulators released forms for recreational marijuana business license applications that they will begin accepting next week. They also published a new set of draft rules to implement voter-approved cannabis legalization.

Kansas lawmakers and Gov. Laura Kelly (D) are stepping up the push to legalize medical cannabis in 2021.

  • “As our state recovers from COVID-19, legalizing medical marijuana is an innovative solution to increase state revenue and improve Kansas’ overall health and economy,” a spokesperson for the governor said. “We must come up with a Kansas-specific approach that’s well-regulated, controlled, and a collaborative effort

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