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For the first time in US history, a state has legalized recreational marijuana without a voter ballot initiative.
In California, laws were eased to assist those with previous marijuana convictions on their records. Read all about this and more in The Fresh Toast’s Marijuana Legislative Roundup for Jan. 16.
On Wednesday, Vermont's state legislature became the first in the nation to vote for a bill legalizing recreational marijuana.
In Oklahoma the governor announced that a medical marijuana referendum will be on the ballot this June. Read all about these developments and more in The Fresh Toast’s Marijuana Legislative Roundup for Jan. 9.
Vermont made history last night by becoming the first United States to legalize recreational cannabis use and cultivation for adults 21 and over by legislature rather than the traditional ballot method.
Where is cannabis policy making progress? Find out in our weekly marijuana legislative review.
Vermont will create a task force to examine legalization. Find out about this and more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.
Some colleges have recently taken the initiative to develop cannabis classes regarding everything from growing to business for interested students.
Vermont is considering reviewing a case where the law protected a policeman who searched and seized the car of driver because it smelled like cannabis.
In Nevada, the distribution issue becomes less confusing. Find out about this and more in our weekly marijuana legislative roundup.