Articles By Eric Tegethoff
Trulieve has contributed $39 million to a campaign to legalize adult use cannabis in Florida. But the ballot initiative needs approval from the state’s high court, which has shot down similar measures.
The adult-use legislation they championed, and sent to Gov. Tim Walz this week, creates a cannabis program unique to the state.
Sales start on July 1, eight months after voters approved a constitutional amendment at the ballot box.
Oklahoma’s medical cannabis program has faced criticism for its loose regulations. As the state tries to rein it in, voters will consider legalizing cannabis for adult use on March 7.
Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin voters have improved the prospects for legalization in their states.
Attempts to legalize cannabis through ballot measures in states where the GOP holds power have increasingly been litigated in the courtroom.
Some Republicans may not have fully realized what they passed, but sales began July 1 of THC products to anyone 21 or older. Now what?
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