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Now that the voters in Missouri have decided that medical marijuana should be available to patients suffering from any health condition whatsoever, law enforcement agencies across the state are starting to freak out a little.
Missouri and Utah approved medical cannabis, while North Dakota said no to adult use cannabis. A flurry of places voted to decriminalize cannabis in varying degrees as well.
The 2018 midterm election is a pivotal one, not only for the Trump administration and Republicans in general, but also for marijuana users and cannabis companies across the nation.
Mayor Shea Dobson has supported the issue of therapeutic use of medical marijuana for some time.
The outcome could have some interesting implications, as there is potential for legal weed to infiltrate more of the Midwestern states. Here are four that will be determined in the midterm election next month.
This is the highest recorded statistic for American support of legalization from the Pew Research Center and similar polls like it.
All three measures will allow for growing at a wholesale level, manufacturing, sales and consumption. The ailments covered are also similar in scope, including chronic conditions such as PTSD.
St. Louis joins a host of other metropolitan areas across the nation that have decided to spend their law enforcement dollars on serious crimes.
Momentum toward legalization grew in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Missouri last week. Find out more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
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