The Joint Blog | May 11, 2017 A bill to allow those convicted of a marijuana possession misdemeanor to have the conviction sealed from their criminal record has been approved by Colorados full legislature.
Bill Allowing Sealing of Marijuana Misdemeanors Approved by Colorado Legislature
House Bill 1266 has now been approved by the full House of Representatives and Senate, sending it to Governor John Hickenlooper for consideration. Hickenlooper has yet to state whether he will sign the measure into law, allow it to become law without his signature, or veto it.
According to the measures official summary; The bill allows persons who were convicted of misdemeanors for the use or possession of marijuana to petition for the sealing of criminal records relating to such convictions if their behavior would not have been a criminal offense if the behavior had occurr....
What is the DUI Limit for Marijuana in States Where Its Legal?
What is the DUI limit for marijuana in states where its legal?
As everyone is aware, recreational cannabis is now fully legal for adults up and down the West coast, as well as in Colorado, Nevada, Massachusetts, Maine, and D.C. Psychoactive marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes in twenty other states, and counting.
Critics of legalization have complained that there will inevitably be a spike in drugged driving in these green states, due to increased availability and reduced social stigma. The numbers do not necessarily prove naysayers predictions correct at least n....
Welcome to this weeks edition of the NORML legislative roundup
The biggest story this week in the marijuana world was the inclusion of the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer language Section 537 in the omnibus spending package to prevent the Department of Justice from interfering with lawful state-regulated medical marijuana consumers and businesses.
In a signing statement by President Trump, expressed that he will treat this provision consistently with my constitutional responsibility to take care that the laws be faithfully executed when it comes to Section 537. The lack of clarity....
The Denver Post | APR 12, 2017 The International Church of Cannabis is setting up shop in a historic Denver building, drawing curiosity and concern ahead of its official opening on April 20
This new cannabis church pushes limits of Denvers social-use pot law
The International Church of Cannabis opens its doors on April 20, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday. The renovated church at 400 S. Logan St. is the headquarters of Elevation Ministries, a newly formed Colorado nonprofit religious organization that claims cannabis as its primary sacrament.
This is a unique community for those who consume cannabis as a means to achieving self-discovery, founding member Steve Berke told The Cannabist in an exclusive interview and tour of the church. Members, known as Elevationists, claim no theology or authoritarian structure, he said.....
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