CBDOKIE.COM - CHANGING MINDS ABOUT MARIJUANA!

CBDOKIE.com - Changing Minds About Marijuana


Thursday, January 23, 2020

NORML News of the Week 1/23/2020

THE TOP NEWS IN MARIJUANA LAW REFORM - Volume 23, Issue 4
Read & Download NORML's 2019 Legislative Report
NORML News of the Week
 
THE TOP NEWS IN MARIJUANA LAW REFORM
Volume 23   •   Issue 4   •   January 23, 2020
Marijuana and HIV

Study: Cannabis Use Associated with Neuroprotection in HIV Patients

Investigators concluded, "Our results are consistent with the idea that under some circumstances, cannabis might be neuroprotective." 

READ MORE »
Marijuana Prosecutions Declining

Report: Federal Marijuana Prosecutions Declining

The 2019 end-of-year report finds that the number of federal defendants charged with cannabis-associated crimes declined by 28 percent.

READ MORE »
Marijuana and Opioids

Study: Cannabis Use Associated with Reduced Opioid Use in Back Pain Patients

Over a six-year period, more than half of the study's subjects diminished or ceased their use of opioids. 

READ MORE »
Marijuana Flower Joints

Survey: Flower Remains Dominant Form of Cannabis Used by Consumers

Authors reported, "Dried herb was the dominant form of cannabis reported by past 12-month users across all jurisdictions." 

READ MORE »
Marijuana Expungement

California: County Officials to Dismiss Several Thousand Marijuana Convictions

"The removal of these convictions effectively reduces barriers to licensing, education, housing and employment,"  Contra Costa County District Attorney Diana Becton said in a statement.

READ MORE »
 
Register to Vote
Join NORML
 
From the blog
Weekly Legislative Roundup 1/18/20 Details
01/19/20 3:13pm UTC
Report: Federal Marijuana Prosecutions Declining Details
01/16/20 8:28pm UTC
House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Considers 'Cannabis Policies for the New Decade' Details
01/15/20 6:47pm UTC
P.S. Our efforts are supported by thousands of people throughout the country as we work to advance marijuana reform in all 50 states and the federal level. Can you kick in $5, $10 or $20 a month to help us keep going?
 
NORML and the NORML Foundation
1100 H Street NW, Suite 830
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 483-5500 • norml@norml.org
Facebook Twitter Instagram Blog
Marijuana policy should be evidence based.
Dispel the myths with the NORML Fact Sheets.

Too many emails?
Update your subscription preferences.
Sent via ActionNetwork.org. To update your email address, change your name or address, or to stop receiving emails from NORML, please click here.

No comments:

Post a Comment