So far, three states — Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana — are looking at some options that could lead to new marijuana laws going on the books in 2020.
Gambling and marijuana have a lot in common. For years, both were considered products of degeneracy, the recreational path to deep downtrodden in the United States.
Interstate marijuana trafficking is about to become more widespread in the Midwest now that legalization has taken hold in Illinois and Michigan for adults 21 and older.
A lack of access tends to leave those already marginalized with lower incomes without options, even when dispensaries are in place.
There is about to be an uprising of interstate drug trafficking that will only serve to tax law enforcement resources and make their jobs harder overall.
Now that ten states and D.C. have legalized marijuana for recreational use, regular citizens are becoming more interested in the pot laws in their neck of the woods.
After the midterms, Michigan became the 10th state to legalize adult use cannabis, and as it helps color in the nation’s “50 shades of green,” it may also be inspirational to their southern neighbor.
A judge in Indiana has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a pot-smoking Indianapolis church that wants marijuana to be recognized as a sacrament.
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This is notable because North Carolina has no comprehensive medical or recreational marijuana laws.