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5 Ways New York City Can Reform Its Outrageous Cannabis Policy

Stop arresting people for cannabis is a basic first step. Also, in general, leave people alone.

Michigan AG Candidate Pivots to Support Legalization Measure

Pat Miles endorses adult-use legalization, a position his primary opponent Dana Nessel has always held.

Is Cannabis Legal in New York City? Well…It’s Complicated

It's also confusing. Cannabis flower is illegal for patients, but nearly legal for all others. With extracts, it's the opposite.

Law Enforcement Slams Kentucky Medical Marijuana Bill at Capitol Hearing

For a second straight day, the House Judiciary Committee heard testimony but took no vote on the measure. A committee chairman said it could come up again Wednesday.

Kentucky Lawmakers Review Medical Marijuana Bill

A Kentucky House committee has been hearing comments from supporters and opponents of a measure to legalize medical cannabis.

Cannabis Decriminalization Proposed for New Mexico’s Biggest City

The change would make cannabis possession without a medical marijuana referral a citable offense in Albuquerque that can come with a $25 ticket but no jail time.

Racial Disparities in NYC Cannabis Arrests Are Getting Worse

As many cities decriminalize and other states legalize, New York City keeps arresting more people of color for cannabis. What gives?

Trial Date Set for Florida Case on Smokable Medical Marijuana

There are eight cases against the state, ranging from smoking to how the state awards licenses for medical marijuana treatment centers.

How Did Cannabis Legalization Stall in New Jersey?

Gov. Phil Murphy’s inauguration raised the expectations of many cannabis advocates to new heights—maybe a bit too high.

Can LA’s Expanded Cannabis Staff Bring Equity to the Industry?

The Los Angeles City Council has agreed to scale up the city’s cannabis staff eightfold in order to speed what some critics are calling a slow rollout.

States Mull ‘Sanctuary’ Status for Cannabis Businesses

Some states are considering so-called sanctuary status for licensed cannabis businesses, hoping to protect the fledgling industry from a shift in federal enforcement policy.

Trump ‘Often Jokes About Killing Drug Dealers’: The Week in Cannabis Quotes

From promising HIV proclamations to the mouth-droppings of Louis Farrakhan, here are the week's most notable cannabis quotables.

Former Congressional Aide Convicted of Taking Cannabis Bribe

The aide was working in the Compton field office of Rep. Janice Hahn in 2015 when he told an illegal cannabis shop it would be shut down if he couldn't reach a deal with owners, prosecutors say.

The Roll-Up #23: Oh Magoo, You’ve Done It Again

Trump compares Sessions to a cartoon bumbler, Bruce visits an SF cannabis lounge, and Dave explains Quebec's canna-phobic Frenchiness.

Illinois Senate Approves Marijuana Ballot Question

Illinois voters would be able to say whether they support legalizing adult-use cannabis under a proposal lawmakers have approved.

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