Potential new regulations could reshape the U.S. cannabis market in 2022

CNBC’s Frank Holland delivers the 2022 Playbook on the cannabis market, as the industry launches new products and Wall Street awaits the passage of new laws. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi  » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision » Subscribe to CNBC:…

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U.S. Treasury Secretary: “Of Course” Cannabis Banking Legalization Would Assist IRS Duties

Today in cannabis news: An advocacy group in Austin, Texas submits a measure to decriminalize cannabis citywide; a bipartisan group of federal legislators urge the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to undertake immediate legislative adjustments to guarantee that military veterans can access cannabis for medicinal purposes; and the U.S. Treasury…

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U.S. House Of Representatives Again Passes Cannabis Banking Safeguard Amendment

Today in cannabis news: State authorities in New York predict that cannabis tax revenue will eventually close a budget deficit caused by falling tobacco sales; while Amazon reiterates its backing for legalizing cannabis in the U.S., the corporation states that it has no position on cannabis “regulation, permitting, taxation, or…

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U.S. House Panel Passes Conflicting State Cannabis Program Protection Measures

Today in cannabis news: In a new advisory, Florida state officials criticize hemp goods coming from the state of Oregon and urge residents to shop locally; the Governor of Colorado announces the creation of a new cannabis business office with an emphasis on social equity; and a new amendment to…

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Sha’Carri Richardson Suspension Criticized by White House and U.S. Anti-Doping Agency

Advocates and government organizations alike continue to ramp up support of Sha’Carri Richardson, a young Olympic runner who was disqualified from the American team because she tested positive for cannabis in a drug screening. Not only has Richardson spoken up about the situation openly and took responsibility for breaking the…

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Confidence Interval: Will Marijuana Be Legal Everywhere In The U.S. By 2024? l FiveThirtyEight

It’s another episode of Confidence Interval, where we make a persuasive case for a hot take we’ve been hearing … and then reveal how confident we really feel about the idea. Here, senior writer Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux makes the case that marijuana won’t be federally legalized in the next four years,…

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Hawaii Reps Vote "Yes" As Cannabis MORE Act Passes U.S. House (Dec. 6, 2020)

WASHINGTON D.C. – A bill ending cannabis criminalization passed the U.S. House on Friday by a 228 to 164 vote, with both Hawai?i representatives in support. A synthesized voice was utilized to create the text-to-voice version of this news story. The original article is here on Big Island Video News:…

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Study Shows Cannabis is Becoming a Less Divisive Issue in the U.S.

If there’s one thing all Americans can agree on right now, it’s how divided we are on most of the major issues in the nation. However, despite this significant divide, there is another thing that both sides can apparently agree on: cannabis.  While it’s still clear that a democratic presidential…

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