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Florida’s Psilocybin Bill With Mr. Psychedelic Law

By: Ritika Dubey Lawmaker Michael Grieco introduced a bill to legalize psilocybin-assisted therapy in the Florida state legislature on January 28. Florida could soon join Oregon in implementing a model that legalizes psilocybin-assisted therapy closely resembling Oregon Measure 109. Truffle Report got in touch with Dustin Robinson, co-founder of Mr. Psychedelic Law, to talk about the recent psychedelic […]

Right to Try in Regard to Psilocybin

By: Dustin Robinson & Steven Avalon The Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn, and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act (“Federal Right to Try Act”), was signed into federal law May 30, 2018 as a direct result of similar laws in 41 states, including Florida. Florida’s Right to Try Act (Senate Bill 1052: Experimental Treatments […]

Dustin Robinson: “You can manifest your future”

By: Ben Ari   As a part of my series about “5 things I wish someone told me when I first became an attorney”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dustin Robinson. Dustin Robinson is the Founding Partner of Mr. Cannabis Law. Dustin is licensed in Florida as an Attorney, a Certified Public Accountant, and a Real […]

This mail-order ketamine company claims to help fight your depression

By: Kevin E.G. Perry After being diagnosed with clinical depression as a teenager, Warren Gumpel spent years swallowing handfuls of antidepressants that would often leave him feeling “catatonic”. Then, during a severe depressive episode five years ago, Gumpel turned to a New York clinic offering a relatively new form of depression treatment: ketamine infusion therapy. […]

Florida Lawmaker Introducing Psilocybin Mushroom Legalization

By: Chris Roberts A Florida state lawmaker plans to introduce as soon as next week a bill that would legalize psilocybin-assisted therapy in the state. Modeled after a recent voter-approved initiative in Oregon, the proposal from State Rep. Michael Grieco, a Democrat who represents Miami Beach in the state Legislature, represents the first serious push […]

Hemp’s (Maybe) Legal High Offers Growing Allure: Cannabis Weekly

By: Tiffany Kary Hemp, the staid sister of marijuana, is becoming much more interesting. With its low THC content and lack of psychoactive effects, hemp has long been used for mostly practical purposes, like rope or fabric, or to produce CBD, a popular salve to relieve various ailments. But the marijuana industry is starting to […]

U.S. Brands Struggle To Stand Out In A Fragmented Market

By: Andrew Ward Due to a lack of federal laws, the United States cannabis market is much more fragmented than Canada’s. Rather than a uniform code, each legal state market dictates its own set of rules. In many cases, American cannabis marketing laws largely resemble the alcohol space. The laws can be daunting in any […]