In Massachusettes, there’s a giant loophole in the law that may have turned the legalization of recreational pot into a goldmine for potential drug dealers.
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On Dec. 20, 2016, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that the state’s medical marijuana act takes precedent over a law that restricts how patients can transport medical marijuana. The ruling is the result of a 2014 case where medical marijuana patient Callen Latz was arrested for improperly transporting marijuana.
A Florida medical marijuana bill is heading back to the floor of the state Senate. According to the Associated Press, the bill, Senate Bill 460, had been referred to the rules committee after a number of last minute amendments were requested.
On Jan. 22, 2016, Alaska Lt. Gov. Bryon Mallet filed regulations for the state’s recreational marijuana system. Included in the regulations are standards on marijuana testing, cultivation, and even provisions to allow for on-site use of marijuana at retail locations.
Colorado may have raked in millions of dollars worth of tax revenue from the sale of medical and recreational marijuana, but a strict anti-spending provision in the state’s constitution may force it to hand that money back to the public.
In this divisive political climate, there is one statement that is guaranteed to be both inoffensive and accurate: Americans love their pets.
It’s a pity that the standing governor, Pat Quinn, can’t be tried for cowardice as it relates to neglecting the Illinois Compassionate Care Act, because it appears he’s certainly guilty of that.
Ohio is one state that is poised to see a cannabis showdown in 2015. Earlier this year the cannabis advocacy group Responsible Ohioans for Cannabis attempted to gather signatures to put medical marijuana on the ballot.
Which would you rather give up: your right to defend yourself or your right to smoke marijuana? As an American, you might not think you have to make such a decision, but you would be surprised.
A move to legalize marijuana in the nation’s capital may be blocked by Congress.