According to statewide polling data, 61 percent of Virginia adults support “the legalization of marijuana for recreational use by adults.”
According to statewide polling data, 56 percent of likely voters say that the state should legalize recreational marijuana for those over the age of 21.
Provisions in the package amend a 1998 federal law that mandated those applying for student aid to disclose if they ever had a drug-related conviction, and barred hundreds of thousands of applicants from receiving funding.
According to statewide polling data, 72 percent of South Carolinians say they support legalizing the use of medical marijuana.
Thanks to the tireless activism and support of NORML Supporters like you, the marijuana law reform movement experienced unprecedented successes and major victories in 2020 worth celebrating.
According to a recent statewide survey, 60 percent of registered voters endorse legalizing marijuana.
“This study provides evidence that the types of cannabis available in recreational and medical cannabis dispensaries might hold promise as an alternative treatment for PTSD. … This study’s primary outcome supports the theory that cannabis should be [tested in clinical trials] as a potential therapeutic for PTSD.”
Going forward tens of thousands of otherwise law-abiding New Jerseyans will no longer be subject to arrest, incarceration, and a criminal record for their personal use of marijuana.