2019

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg is competing for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. If elected, he would be the first openly gay and youngest president, and he’s supportive of marijuana legalization to boot. While the candidate has not spoken extensively about cannabis reform, nor did he act on any marijuana legislation during his time […]

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CLOSE A Bossier City mother hopes state lawmakers will authorize medical marijuana as a possible treatment for health conditions related to autism.   BATON ROUGE – Louisiana pharmacists permitted to dispense medical marijuana and patients waiting for it demanded Monday that state regulators allow therapeutic cannabis to reach shelves by May 15, and one of […]

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Smokable medical marijuana went on sale Monday at dispensaries in Orlando, but only to patients that have been given a doctor’s approval. Derek Thompson became the first customer in Orlando to buy the drug in its smokable form, two years after voters approved medical cannabis through a constitutional amendment, several lawsuits and finally a political […]

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CLOSE Ohio’s seed to sale process for producing medical marijuana. Michael Nyerges, Cincinnati Enquirer COLUMBUS – Ohio’s faltering medical marijuana program has exceeded in one area: signing up patients on the patient registry. But most of those patients have yet to buy marijuana at one of the state’s licensed dispensaries. Of the nearly 20,000 patients […]

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“The public has not properly been educated on the topic of recreational marijuana,’’ said Senator Ronald L. Rice, a Democrat who represents Newark and emerged as one of the main opponents of legalization. “People don’t realize, particularly people in urban communities, how it will affect their lives. In urban communities, neighborhoods will struggle against the […]

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A bill laying the foundation for a recreational marijuana industry in Connecticut cleared a committee Monday. Lawmakers voted Monday to advance the first of a package of bills that would legalize recreational marijuana, a step they lauded as necessary to begin upending decades of inequality in arrests and convictions against minority communities. The bill approved […]

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