A poor medical marijuana program and recreational markets outside New York could force the state's hands this year.
Rhode Island stands to generate more than $14 million in gross revenue from legal weed, but high-ranking lawmakers aren't as enthusiastic as the state's governor.
Bucking the hiring trend of the past 30 years, companies have stopped drug testing potential employees for marijuana.
As surrounding New England states legalize recreational marijuana, Connecticut lawmakers have been under pressure to explore legalization.
Rhode Island citizens will be greeted by a question that could hold fundamental weight to cannabis legalization nationwide this voting season.
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Rhode Island has proposed recreational use of marijuana for those 21 and older; Vermont to decrim up to two ounces of dried weed.
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The AHA recommend users shy away from smoking or vaping.