Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

Editor: Douglas A. Berman
Moritz College of Law

Monday, February 4, 2019

A month's worth of interesting headlines and stories ... from just last week

Blogging was light last week in part part because I was on the road for much of the time (participating in this great event among other activities).  During my travels and thereafter, I saw what seemed like a month's worth of notable blogworthy marijuana stories, and here I will try to play catch-up with an abridged round-up via links and headlines:

"World Health Organization Recommends Reclassifying Marijuana Under International Treaties"

"Owners of a Denver marijuana business plead guilty in the first local prosecution of a legal pot enterprise in the U.S."

"Marijuana supply far outweighs demand in Oregon's legal market, new study says"

"New Jersey Mayors Demand Automatic Marijuana Expungements If State Legalizes"

"Cory Booker opens White House run with call for end to marijuana ‘prohibition’"

"Cannabis Caucus co-chair Dave Joyce has high hopes for marijuana legislation in the new Congress"

"New Cannabis Research Center to explore environmental, social impacts of legalization"

"State's Attorney Kim Foxx announces support for legalizing pot, calls for expunging misdemeanor convictions"

"Wall Street banks face hurdles as they rush to cover the suddenly booming marijuana industry"

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