Marijuana measures in Arizona, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey and South Dakota are on the November 3 ballot. Plus, in Oregon, there's drug decrim and psilocybin therapy to consider, as well as in Washington, DC.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has reversed the Secretary of State's decision to place a medical-marijuana initiative on the November ballot. "We are absolutely devastated by the Supreme Court ruling," Nebraskans for Medical Marijuana stated.
Every year Americans for Safe Access analyzes state medical-marijuana programs or lack thereof. For 2020, Oregon is ranked as the No. 1 medical state.
Several New York dispensaries have been quietly offering ground flower to patients, even though it's not approved by the Department of Health. Curaleaf has been ordered to remove such products.
Weedmaps has produced an important three-part series about legalization in California since it passed in 2016 and went into effect in 2018. Directed by Nicholas Holt, "Uprooted" takes a critical look at Prop 64 and how it's been implemented.
Once known for having the nation’s strictest marijuana laws, Oklahoma is now the fastest growing medical-cannabis state in America.
Sen. Bernie Sanders apparently was not able to convince Joe Biden that marijuana legalization is preferable to decriminalization. That's clear in the newly released 110-page "Biden-Sanders Task Force Recommendations."
There are now 11 states that have legalized marijuana recreationally (Alaska, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont and Washington), 16 more with decriminalization laws and 47 with medical-marijuana laws.
Since 2014, "Star Trek" star William Shatner has been advocating for marijuana. In the past, he said it was "terrific." Now, that's he's using CBD topicals for aches and pains, "It's magical," according to TV's Captain Kirk.
The little girl who turned the world on to the powers of CBD has died. Thirteen-year-old Charlotte Figi passed away at home in Colorado from the coronavirus on April 7.