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MMJ Investor News was started to aggregate, report and opine on various ways to make money in the legal marijuana industry. While medical marijuana has been legal in many states for years, its legalization for recreational use in Colorado and Washington in 2014 has catapulted the...
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NPR | December 19, 2018
 On New York Gov. Cuomo`s 2019 Agenda: Legalize Recreational Marijuana
Zack Fink
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has laid out his policy agenda for the upcoming term. It includes legalizing recreational marijuana, which is a major shift for a governor who once called pot a ``gateway drug.`` Here & Now`s Jeremy Hobson talks with Zack Fink ATZackFinkNews, state house reporter for Spectrum News NY1.....
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The Joint Blog | December 17, 2018
 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Calls for Marijuana to be Legalized


Anthony Martinelli

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo today called for marijuana to be legalized in his state as part of a true justice agenda.
Lets legalize the adult use of recreational marijuana once and for all, said Cuomo. He said that he plans to push for the measure within 100 days, reports NBC New York. Cuomo didnt provide a specific timeline for when he believes legalization would become a reality. Cuomos comments marks the first time hes ever stated support for legalizing marijuana; he shied away from the issue almost entirely during his first two terms he won reelection last month, and once referred to cannabis as a gateway drug. In July he said that the situation on marijuana is changing, which was the....
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The Joint Blog | December 19, 2018 Facebook Twitter Reddit Google Pinterest
 Here Are the 5 States Most Likely to Legalize Marijuana Next


Anthony Martinelli

10 states have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes. Which state will be the 11th?
Below is a list of the top five states we believe are the most likely to legalize marijuana next, becoming the 11th in the U.S. to do so following Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Massachusetts, Maine, Nevada, California, Vermont and Michigan. New Jersey Governor Phillip D. Murphy, elected last year to replace Chris Christie, has made the legalization of marijuana one of his primary goals, keeping with a campaign promise. Last month, by a vote of seven to two and six to one, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and the Assembly Appropriations Committee appro....
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NORML | December 17, 2018
 New York: This is not a Green Rush, This is a Justice Rush
Mary Kruger
Roc NORML was in the news earlier this week talking about what consumers and activists want to see included in the legislation currently being drafted to frame New Yorks adult-use cannabis market. The legislation is being drafted by a work group, put together by Governor Cuomo, and were anticipating a first draft of the legislation will be introduced during the state of the state in January with the executive budget. So, what does this mean exactly? This means we are also anticipating the legislation will be on the trajectory to pass with the 2019 Budget Bill in April, wit....
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Smell The Truth | December 12, 2018
  Smell the Truth Business Health Lifestyle Legal Activism Science Reviews New York governor plans to legalize recreational marijuana in 2019


Oscar Pascual
Smell the Truth Business Health Lifestyle Legal Activism Science Reviews New York governor plans to legalize recreational marijuana in 2019 By Oscar Pascual on December 12, 2018 at 4:11 PM New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo D is taking steps to make New York the next state to legalize recreational cannabis use for adults. Cuomo on Thursday announced plans to include marijuana legalization as part of his executive budget for 2019, reports the New York Post. As we work to implement the reports recommendations through legislation, we must thoroughly consider all aspec....
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NORML | December 7, 2018
 Weekly Legislative Roundup 12/7/18
Carly Wolf
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup At the state level, certain provisions of Michigans voter approved legalization measure specific to the adult possession and cultivation of cannabis took effect on Thursday. Missouris voter-approved medical marijuana measure also took effect on Thursday. Iowas first medical cannabis dispensary, MedPharm, opened on Saturday. And Alzheimers disease was added to Minnesotas list of medical marijuana qualifying conditions by the states Department of Health. Members of the New York state assembly held a public ....
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NORML | December 7, 2018
 Weekly Legislative Roundup 12/7/18


Carly Wolf
Welcome to the latest edition of NORMLs Weekly Legislative Roundup At the state level, certain provisions of Michigans voter approved legalization measure specific to the adult possession and cultivation of cannabis took effect on Thursday. Missouris voter-approved medical marijuana measure also took effect on Thursday. Iowas first medical cannabis dispensary, MedPharm, opened on Saturday. And Alzheimers disease was added to Minnesotas list of medical marijuana qualifying conditions by the states Department of Health. Members of the New York state assembly held a public ....
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