Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Marijuana Legislation

New Mexico Moves Closer To Marijuana Legalization

Members of the New Mexico House and Senate gave their final approval on Wednesday to two separate measures amending the state’s marijuana laws.

Chuck Schumer’s Cannabis Reform Plan Is Becoming Clearer

The focus seems more likely to call for “decriminalization” than legalization.

New York Becomes 15th State To Legalize Recreational Cannabis

The legislation will also help those unfairly punished for a marijuana-related activity that would now be legal.

Will Chuck Schumer’s Latest Plan To Go Over GOP Heads Help Cannabis Reform?

The comprehensive marijuana bill that cannabis advocates had high hopes would pass this year probably won’t go far.

Cannabis Regulatory Update: Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Dakota

Ohio’s medical marijuana sales may reach $400M this year; South Dakota Gov. wants to limit current medical cannabis program; and more.

New York Lawmakers To Vote On Cannabis Legalization Bill Within Days

Lawmakers are to vote on the bill early this week after months of talks between the Senate, Assembly and Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.

When Will Marijuana-Hating Mitch McConnell Retire?

Even though the Democrats finally have the majority in Congress, there's still enough political power-madness coming from McConnell to cause trouble.

New York Marijuana Legalization Takes Big Step Forward

The governor’s office estimates that a legal cannabis program could pull in about $350 million a year once fully implemented.

Senate Democrats And President Biden Not On Same Page With Cannabis Reform

Last week, Biden fired five staffers for marijuana-related discrepancies in drug disclosures.

Will Senate’s Marijuana Legalization Plan Work In The Land Of The Greedy?

More details about the upcoming proposal designed to legalize marijuana at the federal level have emerged, and they might be just as ambitious as they are unrealistic

Latest News