There can be a lot to keep track of when it comes to the fast-paced world of cannabis information and news. Our roundup has everything you might have missed from the last week and more.
Marijuana No Longer Seized at Airport Checkpoints in New York
“The sheriff said they no longer issue tickets or make an arrest if the amount of marijuana appears to be less than three ounces.” (Link – timesunion.com)
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy: "I don't think there is value [...] to lock people up for marijuana use."
“[The Surgeon General] emphasizes the need to “let science guide our process and policymaking”.” (Link – Huffpost.com)
Califonia Governor Signs Cannabis Trailer Bill, Creating Department of Cannabis Control
“California has led the nation in progressive cannabis policies, beginning 25 years ago as the first state in the nation to legalize medicinal use of cannabis,” said Governor Newsom. “We’ve taken another significant step forward to fulfill the opportunities of legalization and better serve all Californians.” (Link – Cannabis.ca.gov)
Kentucky Hemp Producers Fight to Stop State Police Delta 8 Raids
“We are not criminals,” said Taylor. “These raids are being conducted by an opinion letter from the state agriculture department.” (Link – Kentucky.com)
5 Cannabis Stocks With 63% to 127% Upside, According to Wall Street
“Wall Street analysts still see significant upside for U.S. cannabis operators, with several having average analyst price targets well above their current stock prices.” (Link – Fool.com)
New Studies Show Cannabis Domestication Reaches Back to Neolithic Period China
“We show that C. sativa was first domesticated in early Neolithic times in East Asia and that all current hemp and drug cultivars diverged from an ancestral gene pool currently represented by feral plants and landraces in China.” (Link – Sciencemag.org)