Marijuana Legislation

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: April 17

States battling to reform marijuana laws earned some victories last week. Even deep in the heart of Texas, cannabis consumers received some positive news.

What Drug Czar Nominee Tom Marino Means For The Future Of...

Tom Marino has no background in health or treatment and supports mass incarceration and coerced treatment, even for medical and non-medical marijuana.

What Legal Marijuana Looks Like Around The World

The Canadian government revealed a piece of legislation earlier this week aimed at eliminating marijuana prohibition nationwide.

Inside Canada’s Plan For Legal Recreational Marijuana

The Liberal Canadian government on Thursday revealed its proposal to nationally legalize and regulate recreational marijuana by July 2018.

Who’s The New Drugs Czar (And What Does It Mean For...

After months of speculation, President Donald Trump apparently has found drug czar. Congressman Tom Marino, an early and vocal supporter of Trump's run for...

Oregon Refuses To Hand Over Data On Marijuana Users To Feds

Lawmakers in Oregon have sent a clear message to federal agencies: We will protect our voter-mandated state marijuana laws and the customer data we collect is none of your business.

Texas Lawmaker Wants To End Driving Suspensions For Drug Convictions

Dem. Rep. Beto O’Rourke has introduced a bill to repeal a federal law to suspend or remove the driver’s licenses of people convicted of drug offenses.

The Fresh Toast Marijuana Legislative Roundup: April 10

The fight to legalize marijuana in the United States made some significant strides last week. reclassification on back on the table, West Virginia approves medical marijuana, and more.

5 Things You Need To Know About Kansas City’s Marijuana Ordinance

Kansas City voted last week to eliminate the penalties for pot possession -- putting this offense in the same classification as the traffic ticket.

What’s Ahead On The Bumpy Road Toward Massachusetts’ Legal Marijuana

Massachusetts is one of eight states in the nation to allow for the adult use of recreational marijuana, but the road to legal marijuana is a bumpy one.