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DEA threatens pharmacies over cannabis (Newsletter: December 7, 2023)

OH lawmakers’ marijuana reversal; MA psychedelics; MN legalization implementation survey; TX decrim on ballot; AMA psilocybin study

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The Drug Enforcement Administration is threatening Georgia pharmacies that provide patients with medical cannabis oil in accordance with state law. It’s not clear how the agency’s action squares with a congressionally approved rider that says the Department of Justice can’t interfere with state medical marijuana policies.

In a major reversal, the Ohio Senate passed a bill that amends the voter-approved marijuana legalization law by maintaining home grow rights, adding expungements and letting adults buy cannabis at medical dispensaries immediately upon enactment.

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