Tag: Legalization

Simon Malls to Open Shops Selling CBD Infused Products

The country’s largest mall owner is about to dive into the cannabis pool and by opening over 100 shops selling CBD infused products. Simon Property Group on formally announced on Monday about the partnership with Ohio-based marijuana company Green Growth Brands. According to CNBC, approximately 108 locations selling CBD infused products will launch this year […]

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New Illinois Governor Vows to Legalize Cannabis

Newly-elected Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker made several promises to his state during his inauguration address, and legalizing cannabis was among them. The state of Illinois banned cannabis in 1931, several years before the federal government made it illegal nationwide. Nearly ninety years later, the state is making a complete policy reversal. The Illinois General Assembly passed the Compassionate […]

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Kamala Harris is a Pro-Legalization Presidential Candidate

As the 2020 election creeps upon us, Democrats are lining up to take on the Trump Regime. In January, California Senator Kamala Harris announced her bid for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Senator Kamala Harris says she is running to fight for the American people, especially those who have been overlooked or ignored by federal lawmakers who […]

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Hemp is Now Legal Nationwide. What Does That Mean?

President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalizes industrial hemp after decades of the crop being caught up in broader cannabis prohibition, into law last month. But what does this mean for hemp as we enter 2019? The signing ceremony represents the culmination of a months-long debate over various provisions of the wide-ranging agriculture legislation. But […]

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Teen Cannabis Use Went Down After Legalization in Washington

Cannabis use among adolescents in Washington state did not increase in the years after voters approved legalization for adults in 2012, according to a new study. The results are contrary to often-expressed fears from prohibition supporters who argued that the move would lead to skyrocketing youth cannabis consumption rates. But in fact, past-month cannabis use actually declined among 8th and 10th-grade students […]

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Ottawa Cannabis Convictions May Be Expunged

OTTAWA— Ottawa will move to pardon those with past convictions for pot possession as Canadians began legal purchase and consumption of cannabis last month. As Canada becomes the second nation in the world to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, the federal government will announce Wednesday that it intends to move quickly to grant pardons to […]

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