Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Marijuana Legislation

Medical Marijuana Purchases In New Jersey Are Now Tax-Free — Here’s Why

Removing state sales tax on medicinal cannabis is consistent with Gov. Murphy and the Legislature’s intent to prioritize patients and improve affordability.

These Are The Senators Pushing Biden To Legalize Cannabis

This is not the first time the White House is under pressure from all sides on this matter.

A Pennsylvania Bill Could Ease Cannabis Banking In The State

A PA General Assembly bill would protect banks, credit unions, and insurance companies that do business with legal cannabis companies in their state.

‘Cannabis’ Replaces ‘Marijuana’ In WA State’s Legal Jargon Starting In August — Here’s Why

With the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board’s adoption, the new rules are expected to take effect on August 6.

Democrats Send Letter To Biden, Urging Him To Legalize Weed

The letter highlights the medical benefits of weed and features a recommendation by the WHO to reclassify the drug.

Dems Are Intentionally Using ‘Under-The-Radar’ Approach To Legalize Marijuana

“Sometimes legislation benefits from the ability to do the work more quietly, but it was all done in the public eye,” said House Majority Leader Ryan Winkler.

This Senator Says Congress Needs To Catch Up With Americans, Pushes For Cannabis Banking Reform Bill

With the cannabis dispensary crime wave getting stronger by the day, cannabis banking continues to be a priority.

Will Germany’s Move To Legalize Weed Inspire The Rest Of Europe?

European countries that have a much bigger problem with illegal cannabis use, like France, are watching very closely what Germany is doing at the moment.

Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce Marijuana Banking Amendment To Push Passage Of National Defense Authorization Act

Rep. Ed Perlmutter filed an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2023 National Defense Authorization Act that would be incorporated into the SAFE Banking Act.

Minnesotans Can Now Legally Buy THC Edibles, But There’s A Big Problem

The problem is that the new THC law doesn’t demand a license to produce, distribute or sell the THC edibles and drinks.

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