This Week in Virginia Cannabis News, April 17, 2022

Gov. Youngkin proposes banning sales of Delta 8-THC in Virginia

The issues of SB591 continue. We are still voicing our concerns with this proposed legislation and hope changes can still be made.

The History of 4/20

Ever wonder about the history of the 4/20 “holiday?” Here’s a look into its origins.

Senate Democrats Delay Cannabis Legalization Bill Until August

Plans were initially announced earlier this month, but will be pushed to August.

From the article … The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act – would remove “cannabis from the federal list of controlled substances” and “help repair our criminal justice system, ensure restorative justice, protect public health, and implement responsible taxes and regulations.” The majority leader had previously indicated the bill would have been brought “towards the end of April.”

Cannabis and pancreatic cancer: Research on the cell model reveals botanical drug kills 100% of cancer cells

Simply amazing and encouraging news!

Breaking Exclusive: Another Cannabis Company Sues the DEA

“The petition, filed by Megan Sheehan of Sheehan and Associates in Rhode Island Federal District Court, is for a “Writ of Mandamus,” or an order from a court to an inferior government official(s) to properly fulfill their official duties or correct an abuse of discretion. The filing also contains a declaratory and injunctive relief complaint.”

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