New Jersey Opens Public Comment Period for Proposed Cannabis Rule Amendments

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New Jersey residents have the opportunity to provide input on upcoming adult-use cannabis rule updates—input that officials say can have a real impact on the outcome of the final rules. Public comment on proposed updates to the rules for New Jersey’s adult-use cannabis marketplace is now open from the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC). New…

New Jersey Opens Public Comment Period for Proposed Cannabis Rule Amendments

New Jersey residents have the opportunity to provide input on upcoming adult-use cannabis rule updates—input that officials say can have a real impact on the outcome of the final rules. Public comment on proposed updates to the rules for New Jersey’s adult-use cannabis marketplace is now open from the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC). New…

NFL Says Aaron Rodgers’ Ayahuasca Trip Didn’t Violate Drug Policy

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The NFL says that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers did not violate league rules when he previously consumed the psychoactive beverage ayahuasca. Via ESPN, “NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Monday that it wouldn’t have triggered a positive test result on either the substance abuse or performance-enhancing substance policies collectively bargained by the NFL and…

Rejected Cannabis Ballot Initiative in Arkansas Taken to Supreme Court

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The ballot initiative submitted by the Responsible Growth Arkansas, a cannabis advocacy group, was recently rejected on Aug. 3 by Board of Election Commissioners for its name and title. On Aug. 4, the group filed a lawsuit with the state Supreme Court to challenge the decision. As of July 29, Responsible Growth Arkansas provided at…

Wisconsin Governor Pardons Several for Cannabis Offenses

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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued another round of pardons last week, including 11 for individuals previously convicted of cannabis-related offenses. Clemency has been a defining part of Evers’ gubernatorial tenure. In May, Evers issued dozens to bring his total number of pardons to 498, with his office saying at the time that he had “granted…