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Issue 2 passed with 55% of the vote on November 6, making Ohio the nation's 24th adult-use legal marijuana state.
Now that the Delaware, Minnesota and Ohio have passed legalization laws, there are 24 U.S. states with adult-use marijuana laws. That's three in 2023. Will New Hampshire join them?
There are now 24 states that have legalized adult-use/recreational cannabis, six more with decriminalization laws and 48 with some form of medical-marijuana access.
Stepping down after 14 terms in Congress, Oregon's Rep. Blumenauer will be noted for his 50-year commitment to ending the nation's war on marijuana.
U.S. marijuana arrests increased by 4% in 2022 to 227,108. The arrests have declined 75% since 2009 when a record-high 858,408 were recorded.
Online dispensaries and mail-order marijuana services in Canada have seen a notable increase in popularity, partially due to the high prices charged by brick-and-mortar dispensaries.
Cypress Hill's B-Real turns 53 today. He co-founded the popular hip-hop group in 1991 and now owns several Dr. Greenthumb's dispensaries in California.
Oklahoma will not be the 22nd state to legalize the adult-use of marijuana. On Mar. 7, Question 820 lost by a whopping 62% margin. It's time to stop trying to win in red states.
NORML executive director Erik Altieri has resigned from his post at the Washington, DC-based nonprofit. He took the position after Allen St. Pierre left in 2016.