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Pro-Pot Lawmakers to Join Forces, Launch Cannabis Caucus – Cannabis News
Lawmakers looking to draw attention to pet issues have formed groups in favor of everything from auto care to zoos. Now, there’s a caucus for cannabis.
San Francisco firing up a marijuana department – Cannabis News
San Francisco would have its own independent department of marijuana under legislation headed to the Board of Supervisors.
New Mexico Legislation Would Add All Veterans to the State’s Medical Marijuana Program – Cannabis News
Vets would be able to sign up for the medical cannabis program without a medical diagnosis.
A bill introduced in the Colorado Senate last week would allow you to get weed delivered to your house.
Adult-use cannabis legalization is sweeping across the nation, and globe.
Texas State Rep Rolls Out Marijuana Decriminalization Bill With Help From Dallas Cop – Cannabis News
Thursday morning, Texas state Representative Joe Moody, surrounded by police officers and a retired judge, took a lectern at the Texas Capitol to argue for something he’s pushed hard for over the last two legislative sessions — the decriminalization of marijuana possession.
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The issue of legalizing marijuana for medical use was discussed at the South Carolina State House Thursday.
ST. PAUL — Legalizing recreational marijuana would fall into the hands of voters if a proposal by State Rep. Jason Metsa, DFL-Virginia, makes its way through the Legislature.
Republican Congressman Introduces Bill That Would Resolve the Conflict Between State and Federal Marijuana Laws, Allow States to Determine Their Own Policies.
House Bill 170 would legalize possession of up to two ounces of marijuana by adults 21 or older, who would be able to grow limited amounts of cannabis at home.
MADISON (WLUK) --- Democratic state lawmakers are looking to legalize medical marijuana.
A bill that would legalize hemp production in New Mexico passed another legislative hurdle on Monday.
But does the proposal go far enough?
BISMARCK — A Senate bill rewriting language of Measure 5 would institute $300 fees for applicants wanting medical marijuana cards and a $100,000 fee for certification of compassion centers that would manufacture and dispense the substance.
ATLANTA -- The controversial fight to expand Georgia’s medical marijuana law got off the ground at the state capitol Wednesday.
San Diego legalized recreational pot dispensaries on Tuesday and the city also opened up the possibility it will allow pot farms, manufacturing facilities and testing labs.
RICHMOND, Va. – Virginia won’t be pulling a Colorado by decriminalizing marijuana this year. But the state might relax its penalties for possessing marijuana and its rules on who can use marijuana products for medical reasons.
INDIANAPOLIS — When the Indiana Legislature allowed a Senate committee to hear testimony on a medical marijuana-related bill, some proponents saw a glimmer of hope.