President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to talk drug prices. He announced that the Department of Health and Human Services plans to allow states to import drugs from other countries. He also swiped at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing bill, saying it would lead to fewer treatments. (Twitter)

CBD companies are frustrated by stalled regulations. Leaders from the Food and Drug Administration said the agency is working quickly, but there’s still a lot they don’t know about CBD, a non-psychoactive compound from cannabis. (STAT)

Trump has also shared his thoughts on vaping in a White House listening session. He was concerned that a ban on vaping products may lead to people obtaining them illegally. During the session, he met with representatives from the vaping industry and public health groups. (Reuters)

On a related note, a vaping industry report has claimed that banning flavored e-cigs could eliminate 150,000 jobs. The ban would also lead to a sales drop of $8.4 billion, according to the report from the Vapor Technology Association. (Reuters)

Federal addiction treatment funds can’t be used for medical marijuana. Grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration cannot be used to buy marijuana for opioid addiction treatment, according to a new rule. (Associated Press)