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Illinois marijuana legalization effort

We could soon see an end to decades-long cannabis prohibition in Illinois, thanks to the joint efforts of the Rep. Kelly Cassidy and Senator Heather Steans who after participating in several committee hearings, stakeholder meetings, and town halls...

May 15, 2019

Supreme Court in Michigan Rules Police Search of Passenger's Personal Property Is Unconstitutional

A historic judgment from the Supreme Court has declared that searching a passenger's personal property during a traffic stop without having a valid "search warrant" as "unconstitutional". The ruling came from the honorable judges of the Michigan S...

May 6, 2019

The Governor of Washington Signs Legislation Permitting Medical Cannabis Use On School Grounds

An important piece of legislation (the House Bill-1095) was signed by the Democratic Governor Jay Inslee which would allow qualified patients to use medical cannabis on school grounds. The new measure explicitly permits all those patients (who qua...

May 6, 2019

Senate Approves Bill to Allow Home Cultivation of Medical Marijuana in New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Senate approved a bill (HB-364) by a vote of 14-10. The bill (HB-364) will allow participants in the state's medical marijuana program to cultivate their own cannabis. Earlier on March 7, the House passed the same bill by a voice...

May 2, 2019

Lawmakers In Hawaii Pass Legislation Decriminalizing Low-level Possession Offenses

On Tuesday lawmakers from both houses, the Senate and the House finalized and passed a bill (HB-1383) aimed at decriminalizing low-level cannabis possession offenses and vacating past convictions. Democratic Governor David Ige will not take the fi...

May 2, 2019

Proposal to Tax Cannabis Sales, Distribute Revenue to Underserved Communities in Connecticut, Advances in Legislature

The bill (SB-1138) which was approved on Wednesday by the Connecticut Joint Committee on Finance, Revenue, and Bonding is aimed at taxing adult cannabis sales in the state and using the proceeds for the betterment of the underserved communities. T...

May 1, 2019

Involvement with Marijuana Grounds for Denying US Citizenship

According to the newly release "Guidance Memo" by the USCIS - the US Citizenship & Immigration Services ( a branch of US Department of Homeland Security), all those applying for the US Citizenship may be denied such if they are found guilty of per...

April 29, 2019

New Jersey: Patients Should Not Face Discrimination for Off-the-Job Cannabis Use, Appellate Court Rules

As per the decision of a state Appellate Court, the "off-the-job" use of medical cannabis by a qualified employee is in no mean a reason for facing any discrimination from the employer. This ruling from the Appellate Court reverses the opinion tha...

April 25, 2019

Personal Use of Cannabis No Longer Criminalized in Israel

Under the amended law that took effect earlier this month, possession and cultivation of personal use quantities of cannabis for adult use is no longer classified as a crime or a civil violation. As per the new policies that took effect on April 1...

April 18, 2019

Utah Governor Signs Law Automating Expungement Procedures

Gary Herbert, the Republican Governor has signed an important piece of legislation into law that will make some important amendments in the State's existing expungement laws. The measure (HB-431) also referred to as the "the Clean Slate" Act, is a...

April 16, 2019

Expungement Legislation Passes in New Mexico

New Mexico's Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed an important piece of legislation into law on Wednesday. The new bill (HB-370) is aimed at allowing expungement of past criminal convictions. The new bill is likely to reshape some parts of state...

April 13, 2019

U.S. Attorney General William Barr Says He Prefers Marijuana Reform Bill To Current Federal Law

"I would prefer a proposed federal marijuana policy reform bill over the current system of conflicting state and federal laws", the statement came from Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday on the hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committe...

April 10, 2019