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“There is clear overwhelming public support for marijuana legalization, and cities and states across the country are taking action. It is time for a national effort to catch up with legislation to liberalize outdated marijuana policies.”
Canada has become the first wealthy nation in the world to fully legalize marijuana.
New York moved a significant step closer to legalizing recreational marijuana, as a study commissioned by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will recommend that the state allow adults to consume marijuana legally, the governor’s health commissioner said on Monday.
It may only be 2018 and America’s political parties may be focused more on the upcoming midterm elections than the 2020 election, but that doesn’t mean certain people aren’t already trying to strengthen their credentials for a possible presidential run.
Only five states specifically allow autism patients to legally access whole plant cannabis, so long as they get the appropriate doctor recommendations.
Like it or not, starting July 1st people in Vermont will be able to possess up to an ounce of marijuana.
Virginia has received 49 applications from medical-cannabis companies hoping to be among the first to set up shop in the state, giving officials plenty of options as they prepare to hand out five licenses this summer.
For the first time, the party has allowed advocates in favor of decriminalizing marijuana possession to have a booth in the convention hall.
South Carolina Democrats gave medical marijuana a landslide victory Tuesday, with 82 percent declaring in an advisory vote that doctors should be allowed to prescribe the drug.
The NY state Assembly voted "yes" to a bill that would allow people who have been diagnosed with opioid addiction to use medical marijuana. Supporters say medical marijuana can help with withdrawal and make it easier for people to stop using opioids.
Massachusetts is set to launch recreational marijuana sales next month, which certainly has cannabis fans excited seeing as they're the first state to allow sales east of the Mississippi River.
The Michigan Legislature on Tuesday decided to punt the issue of legalizing marijuana for recreational use to voters to decide in the November election.
Ohio officials are ready to announce where the state's 56 medical marijuana dispensaries will be located.