Activities involving the personal possession and cultivation of cannabis are depenalized on June 29, 2021, the date the new law takes effect.
The new studies are consistent with previous data finding, “Marijuana users are equal to or more likely to exercise than non-users.”
All 47 of the randomly selected retailers denied the patrons entry for failing to show proof age.
The Court determined that the plaintiff’s use of medical cannabis was “reasonable and necessary,” and rejected the employer’s claim that providing financial reimbursement would subject it to potential criminal liability.
About 15,000 Georgians are registered under the law to qualify for the use of high-CBD/low-THC oils.
NORML has consistently opposed the imposition of THC per se limits.
The law permits adults – as of July 1, 2021 – to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and to cultivate up to four cannabis plants per household without penalty.
Investigators reported, “Patients exhibited improvements in pain which were accompanied by improved sleep, mood, anxiety, and quality of life.”