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NORML | 9/21/18
 Weekly Legislative Roundup 9/21/18

Carly Wolf
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup This week, reports circulated that the US Customs and Border Protection Agency will enforce a federal policy denying entry into the United States any individual involved in Canadas burgeoning marijuana market. Under the policy, US officials are to bar entry to Canadians who acknowledge having consumed marijuana at any time in their past, as well as those who are either employed or invested in legal cannabis enterprises. NORML responded here. The U.S. Senates VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act of 2018 got ....
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NORML | August 29, 2018
 Trump Administration Secretly Plotting New War Of Words On Marijuana Policy

Shadowy Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee Seeks To Derail Past, Future Legislative Reforms
The White House has secretly amassed a committee of federal agencies from across the government to combat public support for marijuana and cast state legalization measures in a negative light, while attempting to portray the drug as a national threat. In response to this revelation, NORML Political Director Justin Strekal said: These are the death rattles of marijuana prohibition. Those who seek to maintain the oppressive policies of cannabis criminalization are grasping at straws in their effort to undo the public policy progresses that have now been enacted in a majori....
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| August 14th, 2018
 California Bureau of Cannabis Control accepting public comments on proposed rules

Kate Zawidzki
Members of the public are invited to provide comments on Californias proposed rules for cannabis businesses. The Bureau of Cannabis Control and other agencies seek public comments as they consider a permanent set of rules replacing those temporarily in place. For background, including the text of the proposed rules, summaries, and the agencies reasoning for seeking changes, visit the states website. Comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, August 27. For the most part, permanent rules would mirror those currently in place but there are some key differences. A b....
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Smell The Truth | August 8, 2018
 Nearly one-fifth of Californians are still buying marijuana from black market, study finds

Oscar Pascual
Some cannabis consumers are still buying their products on a criminal level, despite Californias newly regulated legal market. A report published by the Bay Area-based cannabis delivery company Eaze found that 18 percent of Californias marijuana consumers are buying from unlicensed suppliers, reports Marijuana Moment. The report comes over a month after Californias Bureau of Cannabis Control BCC implemented a list of guidelines that all legal distributors must meet in order to sell products legally. The move towards a regulated market has also left few legitimate product....
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