State of the Leaf is Leafly’s weekly roundup of legalization news from around the nation and the world.
Connecticut flirts with adult-use legalization, West Virginia balks at reform, and Kenya mulls loosening bhang restrictions.
This week: Colorado plans crackdown on homegrow, Montana dispensaries could re-open immediately, and California testing rules could change everything.
Canada considers setting the legal cannabis age at 25, Queensland embraces MMJ, and new testing rules are causing an uproar in Oregon.
Idaho cannabis advocates look to qualify for next election, Illinois hits sales milestone, and say hello to Alaska's first legal cannabis stores!
While campaigns in the U.S. gear up for elections, an Israeli company is developing a cannabis testing system that doesn't destroy samples.
Michigan moves to tax medical cannabis, Ohio lawyers get OK to advise MMJ clients, and Australia's new national cannabis farm is itty-bitty.
Canadian banks pull plug on medical marijuana clients, New Jersey OKs cannabis for PTSD, and U.K. report says ignoring medical benefits is "irrational."
Alaska gears up to open its adult-use market, Denver gets set to vote on social consumption, and New York is finally expanding medical marijuana.