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Regulate Rhode Island and Legislative Allies Propose Incremental Legalization as Compromise

Regulate Rhode Island and Legislative Allies Propose Incremental Legalization as Compromise

PROVIDENCE, R.I., June 8, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Regulate Rhode Island and allied legislators are announcing a new proposal they call “incremental legalization.”

Marijuana Legalization in Rhode Island Gaining New Detractors, Supporters

Marijuana Legalization in Rhode Island Gaining New Detractors, Supporters

The issue of whether or not to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol in Rhode Island is gaining additional detractors — and continued staunch supporters.

Poll: Majority of Rhode Island's Residents Support Legalization

Poll: Majority of Rhode Island’s Residents Support Legalization

Support for legalizing recreational marijuana in Rhode Island is at an all time high. According to a poll conducted by Public Policy Polling, 59% of Rhode Island’s residents think that recreational marijuana should be legal for adults 21 years or older.

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New Rhode Island Poll Finds Strong and Widespread Support for Regulating Marijuana Like Alcohol

PROVIDENCE, R.I., Feb. 7, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — A new poll shows momentum is building behind the effort to end marijuana prohibition in Rhode Island. Regulate Rhode Island director Jared Moffat held a news conference Tuesday at the State House to discuss the results.

Rhode Island Lawmakers Plan to Introduce Legalization Bill

Rhode Island Lawmakers Plan to Introduce Legalization Bill

On Jan. 11, 2016, Rhode Island state Sen. Joshua Miller and state Rep. Scott Slater announced in a press conference that they intend to introduce legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state.

Rhode Island Governor Estimates Recreational Legalization Could Generate $15M

Rhode Island Governor Estimates Legalization Could Generate $15M

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo recently estimated that if The Ocean State legalizes recreational marijuana, it could generate between $10 to $15 million in revenue during its first year.


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