California was predicted to become the rockstar state in the realm of legal cannabis, but the recreational pot sales have not quite taken off in the way that many had hoped.
Although the WHO was supposed to make a decision on rescheduling cannabis in the coming months, a report from Cannabis Wire indicates that might not happen this year.
Bloomberg’s anti-legalization comments stand in stark contrast to most Democratic presidential candidates who have begun their 2020 campaigns.
For the first time ever, marijuana reform is expected to play a crucial role in who becomes the next President of the United States.
It seems likely that Congress will give some attention to pot reform in the coming months, which is a huge step forward from the stagnation the country has experienced on this issue.
Just last week, the U.S. Virgin Islands became the largest of Uncle Sam’s Caribbean properties to legalize cannabis for therapeutic purposes.
Newly-elected Gov. Ron DeSantis demanded the state legislature to repeal the ban on smokable marijuana and heed the will of Florida voters.
With key legislation like the STATES Act and the Gaetz’s Medical Cannabis Research Act hanging in the balance, Ocasio-Cortez’s voice could help push those bills through.
Despite the still-growing number of towns that have either already passed or are planning to pass bans on legal weed, support for marijuana legalization among New Jersey residents still appears quite strong.