As the November ballot approaches, the battle to sway voters towards medical marijuana legalization is heating up in Mississippi.
Cannabis law enforcement in South Dakota disproportionately targeted Blacks and Native Americans, and cannabis arrests have risen over the past decade.
Moderate Democrats feared the MORE Act could hurt their chances at the ballots, but a bipartisan majority supports passage of the bill.
The Biden-Harris Administration promised marijuana decriminalization and expungement, which advocates arguedoesn't go far enough.
New Mexico Gov. sees legalization as funding stopgap for government programs like Medicaid, and will campaign for it.
Mississippi may be among the states to legalize medical cannabis this election, according to a recent poll.
The governor's comments join a fierce opposition wave against medical marijuana legalization in Nebraska.
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