New Hampshire House Approved Marijuana Legalization Bill
The New Hampshire House of Representatives approved a bill to make marijuana legal for adults on Tuesday by a vote of 207-139. The bill will now move to the Senate, where it will be assigned to a committee and given a public hearing before being voted on by the full Senate.
HB 656, which was introduced last session by Rep. Glen Aldrich R-Gilford, would make possession of three-quarters of an ounce of marijuana legal for adults aged 21 and older. Home cultivation of up to three mature and three immature plants would be legal for adults as well.
Last year, the New Hampshire....
Attorney General Jeff Sessions To Crackdown On State-Legal Marijuana
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to rescind the Department of Justices policy towards state-legal marijuana.
By rescinding the Cole Memo, Jeff Sessions is acting on his warped desire to return America to the failed beliefs of the Just Say No and Reefer Madness eras. This action flies in the face of sensible public policy and broad public opinion. The American people overwhelmingly support the legalization of marijuana and oppose federal intervention in state marijuana laws by an even wider margin. This move by the Attorney General will prove not just to be a disaster ....
The Washington Post | December 28, 2017 | NIPTON, Calif.
Cannabis will be everywhere
The sun begins to set late last month in Bakersfield, Calif., in Kern County. Officials in the county voted to put a ban on the sale of marijuana, while rest of the state prepares for its legalization. (image:Matt McClain)
In the high desert of eastern California, where a two-lane road and the rail tracks cross, sits a cluster of buildings that date to the turn of the last century.
There is a small hotel, a 10-table restaurant, a general store. A backhoe kicked up tan dust amid the sheds and trailers where about 30 people live.
Once a thriving gold-mining town, Nipton is now an experiment.
The nations largest publicly traded marijuana company, American Green, recently bought the town for $5 million, with plans to develop a cannabis-driven resort on the edge of the Mojave.
The investment r....
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