Highlights include legislative developments in CA, FL, ME, & PA.
As of this Saturday, July 1st, those age 21 or older may begin legally growing personal use quantities of cannabis at home.
Descheduling cannabis removes the threat of undue federal intrusion in existing state marijuana programs and respects America’s longstanding federalist principles allowing states to serve as “laboratories of Democracy.”
Beginning on July 1, those age 21 or older may legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis flower and/or 12 grams of cannabis concentrates.
Highlights include LA, ME, NV, NJ, PA, & VT.
Excess tax burdens imposed on state-legal cannabis businesses are destroying their profitability. These states are legislating change.
“Interning with NORML provides me with the opportunity to engage in projects that closely align with my passion. I aspire to change the social stigmas surrounding marijuana and marijuana use. I also aspire to promote the therapeutic utility of cannabis.”
“Tens of thousands of Louisianans carry the burden and stigma of a past conviction for behavior that the majority of state residents no longer believe should be a crime. Our sense of justice and our principles of fairness demand that public officials and the courts move swiftly to right the past wrongs of cannabis prohibition and criminalization.”