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🚨 Big Cannabis Legalization News! A GOP-controlled House committee just voted to remove important marijuana banking protections from a major spending bill. 🏦❌

Originally, the bill had rules to stop federal regulators from punishing banks that work with legal cannabis businesses. πŸŒΏπŸ’Ό But on Thursday, the full House Appropriations Committee decided to take those protections out.

Rep. Dave Joyce (R-OH) πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ, who leads the Congressional Cannabis Caucus and supports marijuana banking laws, had included these protections. Even though they were removed, Joyce promises to keep fighting for them. He believes it's time for the federal government to respect states' decisions on cannabis. πŸ—³οΈβœ¨

Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) spoke against the removal. He said the banking protections are crucial because they help legal cannabis businesses use banks safely. πŸ’°πŸ”’ Hoyer and Joyce both hope to bring these protections back in the future.

Watch to learn more about what this means for cannabis laws in the U.S.!

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00:15:35 Homegrown Cannabis
00:20:12 Marijuana: Should it be Schedule 3?
00:25:53 Washington state lawmakers push to reschedule marijuana to federal law
00:31:23 How to Rob a Cannabis Business With a Schedule 3
00:37:05 Don't Put Strains Names on Your Weed
00:41:06 Florida Cannabis: Stray Names
00:45:10 Nearly 90% of patients report improvements after using medical cannabis
00:51:01 Bill Maher on Lab Testing
00:56:45 Should You Sue a Pot Dealer for False Advertising?

🚨 Big Cannabis Legalization News! A GOP-controlled House committee just voted to remove important marijuana banking protections from a major spending bill. 🏦❌

Originally, the bill had rules to stop federal regulators from punishing banks that work with legal cannabis businesses. πŸŒΏπŸ’Ό But on Thursday, the full House Appropriations Committee decided to take those protections out.

Rep. Dave Joyce (R-OH) πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ, who leads the Congressional Cannabis Caucus and supports marijuana banking laws, had included these protections. Even though they were removed, Joyce promises to keep fighting for them. He believes it's time for the federal government to respect states' decisions on cannabis. πŸ—³οΈβœ¨

Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) spoke against the removal. He said the banking protections are crucial because they help legal cannabis businesses use banks safely. πŸ’°πŸ”’ Hoyer and Joyce both hope to bring these protections back in the future.

Watch to learn more about what this means for cannabis laws in the U.S.!

πŸ“Ί Don't forget to like πŸ‘, comment πŸ’¬, and subscribe πŸ”” for more updates on cannabis legalization and policy changes!

#CannabisNews #MarijuanaBanking #Congress #CannabisLegislation #CannabisReform #PublicSafety #StatesRights #cannabiscommunity420
00:00:13 Cannabis Legalization News
00:05:07 In Illinois, Pre-Licensing Cannabis
00:11:07 Farm Bill: Hemp Not Included in Appropriations Committee Report
00:15:35 Homegrown Cannabis
00:20:12 Marijuana: Should it be Schedule 3?
00:25:53 Washington state lawmakers push to reschedule marijuana to federal law
00:31:23 How to Rob a Cannabis Business With a Schedule 3
00:37:05 Don't Put Strains Names on Your Weed
00:41:06 Florida Cannabis: Stray Names
00:45:10 Nearly 90% of patients report improvements after using medical cannabis
00:51:01 Bill Maher on Lab Testing
00:56:45 Should You Sue a Pot Dealer for False Advertising?

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Cannabis Legalization News with Strain Show Matt June 2024

Cannabis Legalization News June 16, 2024 4:24 pm

I'm Tom, a cannabis lawyer from the Midwest, here to reveal everything you need to know about  🌿 industry. 🌱 What else you want to know? Comment below.

Schedule 3 Marijuana Rulemaking Comment Period | How to Comment to DEA on Schedule III Marijuana

Post your Comment to the DEA on Schedule III Marijuana here:
https://www.regulations.gov/commenton/DEA-2024-0059-0001

Here's Tom's Post you can copy and paste. 

"Schedule III Marijuana should incorporate the regulatory requirements from Article 23 of the Single Convention on Narcotics pursuant to the authority granted to the DEA under Section 823 of the Controlled Substances Act.  DEA may satisfy the United States’ Single Convention obligations by placing marijuana in Schedule III while imposing additional restrictions pursuant to the CSA’s regulatory authorities. The FDA also has extensive rulemaking powers granted under the FDCA found. We have never seen a schedule III substance like Marijuana.  So part of the DEA’s rules could be to request that HHS and FDA commence their own rulemaking process upon the effective date of the New Schedule III rule. The DEA should also make a hemp cannabinoid extract license so that all downstream aspects of the cannabis plant intended for medicinal use can be regulated. Once a product goes over the line, then it would require a schedule III cannabis license.  I support legal medical marijuana nationwide and moving marijuana to schedule III is a good first step."


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00:00 Introduction
01:05 DEA Cannot Deschedule Cannabis
03:41 what is the federal rulemaking process?
05:46 How the DEA can legalize medical cannabis 
08:04 DEA Public Comment on Medical Marijuana

I'm Tom, a cannabis lawyer from the Midwest, here to reveal everything you need to know about 🌿 industry. 🌱 What else you want to know? Comment below.

Schedule 3 Marijuana Rulemaking Comment Period | How to Comment to DEA on Schedule III Marijuana

Post your Comment to the DEA on Schedule III Marijuana here:
https://www.regulations.gov/commenton/DEA-2024-0059-0001

Here's Tom's Post you can copy and paste.

"Schedule III Marijuana should incorporate the regulatory requirements from Article 23 of the Single Convention on Narcotics pursuant to the authority granted to the DEA under Section 823 of the Controlled Substances Act. DEA may satisfy the United States’ Single Convention obligations by placing marijuana in Schedule III while imposing additional restrictions pursuant to the CSA’s regulatory authorities. The FDA also has extensive rulemaking powers granted under the FDCA found. We have never seen a schedule III substance like Marijuana. So part of the DEA’s rules could be to request that HHS and FDA commence their own rulemaking process upon the effective date of the New Schedule III rule. The DEA should also make a hemp cannabinoid extract license so that all downstream aspects of the cannabis plant intended for medicinal use can be regulated. Once a product goes over the line, then it would require a schedule III cannabis license. I support legal medical marijuana nationwide and moving marijuana to schedule III is a good first step."


Get in touch with us:
🌱 We can help with your cannabis business. Here is our info.
(https://bit.ly/m/collateral-base)

πŸ”” Subscribe to CLN for more cannabis content! (https://bit.ly/2VJUAQr)

πŸ’š Become a member for exclusive perks! (https://bit.ly/2UavaLj)

πŸ“š Learn more about the πŸ₯¦ Industry! (http://bit.ly/3Jo4VIz)

Thanks for watching!

#Cannabis2024 #LegalizationNews #CannabisLegality #USCannabisLaws #CannabisAdvocacy #FutureOfCannabis #CannabisCommunity #LegalizeCannabis #CannabisReform #cannabisinsights


00:00 Introduction
01:05 DEA Cannot Deschedule Cannabis
03:41 what is the federal rulemaking process?
05:46 How the DEA can legalize medical cannabis
08:04 DEA Public Comment on Medical Marijuana

YouTube Video VVVLTmtROGpWQ2tDd0xRQ3c3ckpiVnN3LlNpOUVTVmNON2pR

Schedule 3 Marijuana Rulemaking Comment Period | How to Comment to DEA on Schedule III Marijuana

Cannabis Legalization News June 11, 2024 10:12 am

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