Articles By Nushin Rashidian
Nothing made it even close to the president’s desk, but the conversation changed, and forces are gathering for a complex debate about legalization’s priorities.
The country is the first in the European Union to legalize cannabis possession and cultivation for non-medical purposes, with others expected to follow in 2022.
In anticipation of this decision over the past year, both advocates and lawmakers have been working on new paths forward for adult use.
Rep. Nancy Mace has released the most comprehensive cannabis legalization plan to emerge from the Republican party, a counter to the Schumer, Booker, Wyden vision.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom had until Oct. 10 to sign or veto the bills that landed on his desk this session.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health analyzed state cannabis laws and rules on workers compensation and cannabis.
The MORE Act has already passed out of the full House once, but the Senate remains a hurdle.
The global online retail giant has endorsed the most comprehensive cannabis reform proposal to-date in Congress. In early summer, Amazon began to lobby on a more narrow reform bill.
As individual states grapple with how to handle delta-8 THC, which has become widely available, federal agencies have been slow to respond.