The Scuttlebutt Featuring Articles About California Bill AB 1207, WHo WIll Be Responsible For Cannabis If The FDA Breaks Up and More

In the days of the Armada, a fleet of warships, the scuttlebutt was the rumor or gossip that would spread throughout the ship. Today, Armada Law Corp presents The Scuttlebutt, a daily summery of news articles that people within the cannabis, hemp and plant medicine industries are chatting about along with links to the full articles.

In today’s news:

#californiacannabis – ” A bill introduced into the California State Assembly aims to prevent cannabis product packaging from appealing to children.

Assembly Bill 1207’s author, Assembly Member Jacqui Irwin, said some product packaging is leading to children being accidentally exposed to cannabis.

“Since the passage of Proposition 64, pediatric exposures to cannabis have increased exponentially,” Irwin wrote in an official explanation of the bill. “These exposures are
heavily influenced by the use of features on cannabis product packaging that are explicitly attractive to children.””


#psilocybin – “The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration told the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday that it was right to deny a physician’s request to reschedule psilocybin, but signaled that it was willing to revisit the issue if the court would remand the matter.
The DEA’s reply brief comes in response to a Washington state doctor’s petition urging the appellate court to find that the agency erred when it denied a bid to reassign psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” from Schedule I to Schedule II.
The government’s brief marks the latest volley in a multiyear tussle between Seattle-based physician Dr. Sunil Aggarwal and the DEA over its treatment of psilocybin.”

DEA Affirms Denial Of Doctor’s Bid To Reschedule Psilocybin:


#psychedelics – “State regulators, pharmaceutical researchers and corporate attorneys are leading the way in building new frameworks for the legalization of psychedelics. But these substances existed and were in use long before our current so-called “psychedelics renaissance.”
The status of psychedelics as religious sacraments has a complex history, and legal battles at the intersection of First Amendment freedoms and federal drug policy are still playing out.”

Defending The Religious And Spiritual Use Of Psychedelics:


#cannabisindustry – “The food and supplement branch of the FDA wants to throw CBD over the fence to the medical products and tobacco side, which is complex, expensive, time-consuming and would ruin the grassroots market.

If the human drug side takes on CBD and THC, it would be 12-15 years before the “drug” could be marketed, and it would be labeled in its synthetic form (think THC and CBD pills, inhalers, shots, etc.).”


#californiacannabis – “On May 13, the 19th (almost annual) Emerald Cup celebrated cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, and retailers. Though the legal cannabis industry has faced growing pains and economic collapse, farmers from arguably the hardest hit county, showed up and showed out, taking home several top honors…..
Though the local cannabis economy has taken a hit, Humboldt continues to produce award-winning cannabis products while supporting each other along the way. Legacy farmer Casali stated, “All in all, Humboldt brought home a majority of the trophies and let the world know once again who grows the best weed!”

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