Article excerpt: In the retail cannabis industry, labeling and regulation go hand in hand. Within the United States, cannabis labeling regs are implemented state by state. Not surprisingly, each set of regulations is different from the next. A universal standard […]
Doctors for Cannabis Regulation marks its fifth year in operation with board members and experts talking about what it means to them for DFCR to hit this milestone.
Article excerpt: The AMA actively supports cannabis prohibition, a cornerstone of the drug war, even as it hypocritically condemns systemic racism for creating inequity and limiting access to health care among communities of color. The organization fails to appreciate or […]
Article excerpt: Using tobacco, marijuana or any drug at a young age “primes the receptors in the brain to expect that substance will keep coming,” said David Nathan, a psychiatrist and board president for Doctors for Cannabis Regulation. “That’s true […]
Doctors for Cannabis Regulation Founder and President Dr. David Nathan testifies in favor of cannabis legalization in New Jersey to the Senate Judiciary Committee on February 15, 2021.
Article excerpt: Public question No. 1 on the general election ballot would amend the New Jersey State Constitution to legalize the possession and use of marijuana for adults 21 years or older. If it passes, the state would oversee a […]
Article excerpt: “Do you approve of amending the Constitution to legalize a controlled form of marijuana called ‘cannabis’? Only adults at least 21 years of age could use cannabis. The State commission created to oversee the State’s medical cannabis program […]
Article excerpt: This story is part of a series of profiles, The CannaInfluencers: The people shaping the cannabis industry in the Garden State. Written by NJ Cannabis Insider reporters, the profiles will publish in the weeks leading up to the […]
DFCR Founder and President David Nathan co-authors an opinion piece with Paul Armentano regarding the upcoming vote to legalize cannabis in New Jersey. Article excerpt: Having spent many years working on marijuana policy, we’ve had ringside seats to the dramatic […]
Article excerpt: Despite being signed into law in July 2019, many of the improvements touted by Jake Honig’s Law, which expanded the state’s medical marijuana program, have yet to be implemented, frustrating physicians, healthcare professionals and attorneys operating in the […]
David L. Nathan, MD on introducing the Universal Cannabis Product Symbol and the Universal Cannabis Information Label at Cannabis Science and Technology. Read the article at Cannabis Science and Technology
Drug Policy Alliance Leads Extensive Coalition of Public Health Organizations and Professionals in Calling on Congress to Support Marijuana Reform
Washington, D.C. – Today, the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) led a group of 16 public health organizations and over 100 public health professionals in calling on members of Congress to support comprehensive marijuana reform by bringing the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment & Expungement […]
DFCR President and Founder Dr. David Nathan recently spoke to the Cannabis Policy Now podcast to talk about why more and more medical professionals are coming around in support of legalization. Listen Here
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.
WSHU Public Radio, which broadcasts in New York and Connecticut, invited Dr. David Nathan to its program to discuss cannabis legalization alongside several other guests. Topics discussed include the various new challenges for human resource professionals, emergency care, and the […]