New Jersey CannaBusiness Association recently hosted a webinar to discuss COVID-19 and cannabis as it pertains to the virus. Doctors for Cannabis Regulation board members David Nathan and Monica Taing participated in the webinar, which can be found here.
In a recent conversation published in NJ Cannabis Insider, David Nathan, a Princeton-based psychiatrist and the founder of Doctors for Cannabis Regulation, spoke about the challenges and opportunities physicians serving medical marijuana patients are currently navigating amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered life around the world. The disease, which causes serious respiratory illness, requires that people of all ages avoid any and all behaviors which could increase the risk of transmitting or being exposed to the virus.
DFCR and other medical professionals, cannabis advocates, law enforcement officials, and clergy call for the cease of cannabis arrests and release of incarcerated cannabis offenders in light of COVID-19
Washington, D.C. — The Marijuana Policy Project and other organizations are urging law enforcement officials to dramatically curtail arrests for non-violent crimes, including ceasing arrests for cannabis offenses. In addition to curtailing arrests, the organizations are calling for officials to […]
DFCR and other medical professionals, cannabis advocates, and law enforcement officials urge governors and legislative leaders to preserve and ensure cannabis access amid social distancing
Washington, D.C. — In response to escalating efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 by social distancing, the Marijuana Policy Project and other organizations have released an open letter urging governors and legislative leaders to take necessary actions to ensure […]