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Stop the Drug War | 7/3/19
 Chronicle AM: AZ 2020 Pot Initiative Campaign Gearing Up, Land Mines in the Coca Fields, More...


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Arizona pot legalization supporters prepare to try again, New Jersey is set for a big medical marijuana expansion, tension in Colombia`s coca fields, and more. Things are heating up in Colombia`s coca fields. DEA Marijuana Policy Arizona 2020 Legalization Initiative Campaign Getting Underway. Marijuana legalization supporters are set to try once again to legalize weed via the popular vote after coming up short in 2016. Proponents argue the scenery has shifted enough since then that they can win next year. They will need some 237,000 valid voter signatures by next summe....
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NORML | June 25, 2019
 Illinois Gov. Pritzker Signs Bill to Legalize and Regulate Marijuana


Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed legislation legalizing the adult use of marijuana and regulating its commercial production and retail sale. Illinois is now the eleventh state to legalize adult-use marijuana, and it is the second state to legalize marijuana use via legislative action rather than by voter initiative. The Prairie State is the first state to legislatively regulate cannabis sales. Today, Illinois residents and political leaders demonstrated the power of democracy in action, using the political process to achieve sensible policies that protect individual ....
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NORML | June 24, 2019
 New Mexico: New Marijuana Decriminalization Law Goes Into Effect Next Week


Paul Armentano,
Beginning on Monday, July 1, the personal possession of small amounts of marijuana in New Mexico will no longer be classified as a criminal offense. In April, Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation into law decriminalizing the possession of personal use amounts of cannabis. The new law reduces first-time penalties for the possession of up to one-half ounce of cannabis from a criminal misdemeanor punishable by up to 15 days in jail to a penalty assessment, punishable by a $50 fine. Subsequent offenses, however, remain punishable by the possibility of j....
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Marijuana Moment | June 25, 2019
 Oregon Governor Signs Bill To Allow Interstate Marijuana Imports And Exports


Kyle Jaeger
If federal marijuana laws change, Oregon would be positioned to export and import cannabis to and from other states under a bill signed by Gov. Kate Brown D last week. It was one of three pieces of marijuana legislation she approved in the span of a few days. The export and import bill grants the governor authority to make agreements with neighboring states where marijuana is legal to provide for lawful interstate commerce of cannabis products. But the governor can only exercise that authority if the federal government makes it legal or if the Justice Department implements....
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The Joint Blog | June 25, 2019 Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest
 Illinois Legalizes Marijuana



Illinois has officially become the 11th U.S. state to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes.
As reported by the Associated Press, Illinois new governor signed the legislation into law today making his state the 11th to approve marijuana for recreational use in a program offering legal remedies and economic benefits to minorities whose lives critics say were damaged by a wayward war on drugs. The new law means that nearly 800,000 people with criminal records for purchasing or possessing 30 grams of marijuana or less may have those records expunged, a provision minority lawmakers and interest groups demanded. It also gives cannabis-vendor preference to minority owne....
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| 6/25/19
 Chronicle AM: IL Becomes 11th Legal Marijuana State, Iran Says Sanctions Hinder Drug Fight, More...


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With the governor`s signature, Illinois becomes the 11th legal marijuana state; Hawaii`s governor wields the veto pen against hemp and asset forfeiture bills, Iran says US sanctions are hurting its war on drugs, and more.
Marijuana Policy It`s Official: Illinois Legalizes Marijuana. Illinois has just become the 11th state to legalize marijuana. Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday signed into law a legalization bill passed with bipartisan support in both the House and the Senate late last month. With that signature, Illinois became the first state to get a marijuana legalization bill all the way through the legislative process this year, and it became the first state to create a system of taxed and regulated marijuana commerce through the legislative process rather than through a voter initiative ....
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The Joint Blog | June 11, 2019
 Oregon: Governor Signs Law Prohibiting Landlords From Discriminating Against Medical Marijuana Patients


Paul Armentano
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown has signed legislation, Senate Bill 970, prohibiting landlords from taking discriminatory action against those who either use medical cannabis or possess cannabis-related convictions. The measure states that a landlord may not take into consideration an applicants status as a medical marijuana patient or whether they have a conviction based solely on the use or possession of marijuana. Often times patients are forced to choose between their health and well-being and suitable housing, said NORML State Policies Coordinator Carly Wolf. No human bei....
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| June 14, 2019
 Two Congressional Hearings Next Week On Marijuana


Next week, the two key committees will hold hearings on various aspects of federal marijuana policy. The first will be held on Wednesday, June 19th, in the Small Business Committee, entitled Unlocked Potential? Small Businesses in the Cannabis Industry. Currently, in the 10 states that have legalized adult use cannabis and the 33 states that have legalized medical marijuana programs, entrepreneurs and small businesses are unable to access the valuable programs and support of the Small Business Administration. Ultimately, this prohibition on access to resources hampers th....
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Marijuana Moment | June 15, 2019
 New York Lawmakers Might Actually Vote On Marijuana Legalization This Week
Kyle Jaeger
With just days left before the end of the legislative session, efforts to legalize marijuana in New York have been revived, with a possible vote this coming week. Though momentum to pass a legalization measure seemed to largely die off after lawmakers in neighboring New Jersey announced they wouldnt move forward with plans to end cannabis prohibition through the legislature, advocates are increasingly optimistic that a deal in the Empire State is imminent. Democratic members in both the Senate and Assembly held conferences last week to discuss details of the legislation.....
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Stop the Drug War | June 13, 2019
 Chronicle AM: CO Hits $1 Billion in Cannabis Taxes, Pompeo Doubles Down on Colombia Crop Spraying, More... 6/13/18


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Colorado has raked in a billion dollars in cannabis tax revenues, Cincinnati decriminalizes, Bonaroo harm reduction protest, Pompeo pushes Colombia coca crop spraying, and more. Is this truck driver ``an illicit drug user``? A trucking group says hundreds of thousands are. Creative Commons Marijuana Policy Colorado Hits $1 Billion in Marijuana Tax Revenues. The state Department of Revenue reported this week that tax revenues from marijuana sales since legalization in 2014 have now topped the one-billion-dollar mark. The department reported tax, license, and fee revenues....
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Marijuana Moment | June 11, 2019
 Anti-Marijuana Lawmakers Shut Down By Congressional Committee


Kyle Jaeger
Marijuana reform advocates scored two victories on Tuesday after a key congressional committee approved a spending bill that included a cannabis banking provision and excluded another rider that previously impeded legalization in the nations capital. The moves came in spite of impassioned objections from a handful of Republican lawmakers. For the first time ever, the House Appropriations Committee passed spending legislation that would provide protections for banks that service marijuana businesses. And a longstanding provision prohibiting Washington, D.C. from using its o....
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Stop the Drug War | 6/11/19
 Chronicle AM: NJ Lawmakers Pass Pot Expungement Bill, Psychedelic Research Proposal Advances, More...


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Nevada is going to pilot a digital banking program for pot businesses, Alabama`s governor signs a medical marijuana study bill, chain pharmacies make recommendations on opioids, and more. MDMA and other Schedule I substances could be opened for more research under a successful amendment to an appropriations bill. Marijuana Policy Nevada to Test Limited Marijuana Banking System. Gov. Steve Sisolak D has signed into law a bill that creates a three-year pilot program where marijuana businesses can use an online system where digital currency can be sent and received. State....
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Marijuana Policy Project | Jun 07, 2019
 Tell Sen. Durbin: Medical marijuana is no laughing matter


During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this week on combating the opioid epidemic, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin made a comment that is a perfect example of the kind of entrenched ignorance that MPP has been battling for nearly 25 years. Referring to his home state of Illinois, which only days ago passed a landmark, MPP-backed bill to legalize cannabis for adult use, Sen. Durbin remarked that: ``We`ve had medical marijuana. I`ve been to one of those clinics. It was almost a laughing matter.`` Really, Senator? Ready access to life-changing medical treatments is basical....
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NORML | June 7, 2019
 Nevada: New Law Bars Employers from Discriminating Against Cannabis Consumers


Paul Armentano
Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak has signed legislation into law prohibiting certain employers from refusing to hire a worker because he or she tested positive for cannabis. The new law takes effect on January 1, 2020. Assembly Bill 132 makes it unlawful for any employer in [Nevada] to fail or refuse to hire a prospective employee because the prospective employee submitted to a screening test and the results of the screening test indicate the presence of marijuana. The law is not applicable to prospective employees seeking certain safety sensitive positions, such as those se....
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