Dentons Latest Cannabis Law News Updates

Dentons Latest Cannabis Law News Updates

Cannabis Group Weekly Alert – February 2020 #4 In this week’s edition: Presidential candidates begin to differentiate themselves on cannabis legalization California proposes new rules to allow for protected designations of geographic origins of cannabis products The US Department of Transportation becomes the latest agency to issue guidance warning to its employees that a positive drug test for CBD could lead to their termination Members of the SPD in Germany have adopted a cannabis policy platform that endorses decriminalization and calls for pilot program to study legal recreational use A new medical study found that patients experiencing attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder that were treated with medical cannabis reported a higher occurrence of stopping use of all ADHD medications Federal Customs and Border Protection – Newly unveiled documents reveal that US federal law enforcement agencies have been instructed to revoke the Nexus passes of Canadian citizens who partake in legal cannabis use. Guidance issued by US Customs and Border Protection has informed border agents that Canadians who admit to cannabis use are technically admissible to the US, but are not eligible for US-administered Trusted Traveler Programs. NCIA – The National Cannabis Industry Association held a summit with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; state regulators; cannabis businesses; and other industry stakeholders to address challenges associated with the continuing illicit cannabis market. A recurring theme of the summit was confusion among law enforcement agencies as to their role in a world where cannabis is legal in certain state jurisdictions but illegal at the federal…

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