Wed. May 29th, 2024
A Legal Case For Cannabis Rescheduling

In our latest Trade To Black podcast we discuss the development this week involving the Health and Human Services Department, and how they sought a legal option from the Office of Legal Counsel regarding the rescheduling of cannabis.

As per reliable sources, the OLC’s opinion concluded that it’s aligned with the HHS recommendation that advocates for rescheduling of the substance.

If true, this marks an important moment in the ongoing debate surrounding cannabis policy, potentially paving the way for progressive changes towards classification.

Plus, we discuss firsthand insights of all the news and rumors we heard during our time in Hollywood, Florida this week at the Benzinga Capital Conference.

All of this and more in our latest Trade To Black episode!

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