Before you head to today’s barbecue, community event, or rally, whether today’s a day of work, reflection, or celebration, please take a moment to stand with us in our fight to let freedom ring.
This week’s update highlights legislative developments in California, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
Today, marks the one year anniversary of legalization in Virginia, and multiple changes to marijuana laws will take effect.
Yesterday, the NV Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) voted unanimously to approve regulations for the licensing and operation of cannabis consumption lounges. Regulators said they expect to open the first round of licensing for consumption lounges this fall, with the first lounges opening as soon as the end of the year.
The House Committee on Appropriations voted today to approve an amendment that would prevent the Department of Justice from interfering with legal adult-use marijuana programs as part of the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies appropriations legislation for Fiscal Year 2023.
This week’s update highlights legislative developments in Arizona, California, Louisiana, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
“These are common sense reforms provide further and sorely needed protections and freedoms for patients and others. Lawmakers are to be commended for putting politics aside and taking these important steps forward.”
“This narrowly tailored, incremental, and necessary legislation has broad bipartisan support in both chambers, and it is incredibly disappointing that politics continue to get in the way. If there is a legislative version of the Twilight Zone, the SAFE Banking Act seems to be stuck in it at this point.”