Friday, March 27, 2020

Marijuana Legislation

Marijuana Legalization Could Get A Boost Post Coronavirus

One way or another, the U.S. economy, which is presently strapped to life-support, is going to need a miracle — several of them, in fact — to get back to good post pandemic.

How The Coronaviurs Has Negatively Impacted Marijuana Legalization

If you want to fully understand how the coronavirus has impacted marijuana legalization, just look at New York.

Harsh Marijuana Delivery Restrictions Being Eliminated Due To COVID-19

Government officials have responded to the virus by allowing more marijuana deliveries and curbside pick-up options to increase social distancing safety measures.

COVID-19 Will Now Derail New York Marijuana Legalization

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo intended to legalize adult-use marijuana through the state budget this session, but the novel coronavirus outbreak may force the issue on the back burner.

New York Expediting Marijuana Legalization Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes New York will still legalize recreational marijuana this year, though others aren't as sure.

Democrats May Have Hurt Chances For Federal Marijuana Legalization

Unbeknownst to the party, their actions over the past several months are blowing their plans to take over Capitol Hill right out of the water.

Congress Approves Bills That Will Expand Medical Marijuana Acess For Veterans

This action by the House Veterans Affairs Committee represents the first cannabis-related markup of legislation on Capitol Hill this year.

Court Rules New Jersey Businesses Can’t Fire Medical Marijuana Users

So long as employees don’t show up under the influence, New Jersey businesses cannot fire medical patients for failing a marijuana drug test.

Where Is Florida In The Fight For Marijuana Legalization?

There is still a long way to go before Floridians have any form of adult use or recreational cannabis available to them.  

Joe Biden Keeps Stating Conflicting Opinions About Marijuana

Biden has been walking a fine line between supporting marijuana reform, but not full-blown legalization.

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Why The Black Market Continues To Thrive — And What Is Being Done About It

While the black market is thriving in nearly every market where cannabis is sold — it was 60% of second quarter sales in Canada in 2019 — it appears to be particularly troublesome in California.

Trying To Get Some ZZZZs? Here’s Why Nyquil Isn’t Your Best Bet

After pounding some Nyquil, you settle in, expecting to feel recovered and energized when the sun rises. But it hardly works that way, right?

Researchers Tricked People Into Hallucinating From Fake Psychedelics

Researchers found that setting and context played a bigger role in psychedelic experience than previously assumed.