Chronicle AM: Legal Pot Bill This Week in NJ, Global Drug War Human Rights Guidelines Issued, More... 3/18/19
A New Mexico pot legalization bill dies and the governor says she will take it up next year, Minneapolis will quit charging small-time pot offenders, UN bodies and member states issue drug war human rights guidelines, a federal prisoner sues for access to methadone treatment, and more.
The state of New Jersey is banking on marijuana tax revenues. Now, to get that bill passed. Creative Commons
Connecticut Democrats Unveil Legalization Package. A group of House Democrats held a press conference last Thursday to unveil a proposed package go bills to allow ....
Colo.: Cannabis bill would allow on-site consumption areas for adults, but another presents risks
More than six years after Colorado voters legalized marijuana, many adults still have no place where they can consume cannabis. For the most part, private homes are the only option, leaving tourists and those who can`t smoke or vape at home left out. Rep. Jonathan Singer`s Hospitality Establishment bill would finally change that by allowing on-site cannabis consumption at regulated establishments.
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While Colorado allows adults and patients to consume cannabis, consumption is ....
In Congress this week Senator Cory Booker D-NJ, along with Representatives Barbara Lee D-CA and Ro Khanna D-CA, introduced The Marijuana Justice Act of 2019, to remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and incentivize states to end the racially disparate criminalization of marijuana consumers.
At the state level, North Dakota state Rep. Roers Jones, who sponsored the recently defeated decriminalization bill, is trying to get her language inserted as a part of separate legislation.
As New Jersey lawmakers and Governor Phil Murphy continue to work out details of ....
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