Marijuana Legislation

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 15

The biggest headline of the week was that the feds may be bringing back the failed war on drugs. That more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Here’s How New Jersey Is Preparing For Recreational Marijuana

Despite the fact that New Jersey governor Chris Christie remains opposed to legal marijuana, state lawmakers are preparing to reveal a master plan.

How Cable News Shapes Trump’s View On Marijuana

Donald Trump really hasn’t said much about marijuana as president-elect/president. His administration meanders from strong to modest opposition, depending on who’s talking.

Smoking Marijuana In Denver Just Got More Social

After six months of negotiating and committee hearings, Denver on Thursday became the first city in the nation to allow social cannabis consumption.

Did Sessions Just Escalate The War on Drugs?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, pushing back on bipartisan momentum to reduce the amount of people behind bars, issued a memo to prosecutors, calling on...

Philadelphia Mayor Wants Marijuana Sold In Liquor Stores

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney believes Pennsylvania should consider selling recreational marijuana in state-run liquor stores.

A Bill Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Just Passed In Vermont

Vermont has officially become the first state in the nation to pass a recreational marijuana legalization bill by way of legislative forces.

Legal Marijuana Sales In Nevada Are Beginning Early: July Not January

It might be time to book a summer trip to Las Vegas or Reno. Nevada's legal recreational marijuana program received the go-ahead to begin July 1.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: May 8

Last week was for those fighting across the nation for cannabis reform. Find out about that more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.

Michigan Might Be The Next State To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Advocates for legal recreational cannabis in Michigan officially launched a ballot drive on Friday to put the initiative to a vote in 2018.