WA psilocybin bill gutted; VA marijuana 280E tax reform killed; Briefs in DEA psychedelic scheduling lawsuit
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New Jersey’s attorney general issued guidance clarifying that police officers cannot be tested for marijuana in most circumstances, thanks to the state’s legalization law—with some exceptions.
The Washington State Senate Labor and Commerce Committee gutted the major provisions of a psilocybin services legalization bill, instead turning it into a study measure—and reform advocates are blaming Gov. Jay Inslee (D).
A Virginia House Finance subcommittee killed a Senate-passed bill that would have decoupled state tax policy from the federal 280E provision, thereby allowing marijuana
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