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Marijuana Legalization

Most Americans Say It Is Morally Permissible To Smoke Cannabis According To Poll

Over six in ten Americans believe that it is morally permissible for adults to use cannabis, regardless of the plant’s legal status, according to nationwide polling data compiled by Gallup. Pollsters reported that 65 percent of respondents personally believe that “smoking marijuana” is morally acceptable. Thirty-one percent defined the behavior as “morally […]

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Cannabis Activism

South Carolina: Next Tuesday Is Primary Election Day

I received the following alert out of South Carolina today: South Carolina’s Primary Election Day is next Tuesday, June 12, and voters’ choices could have a huge impact on the future of cannabis policy in the state. Lawmakers will again consider legislation next year that would establish a compassionate medical cannabis […]

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Marijuana Legalization

New York Assembly Passes Key Marijuana Bills

The New York State Assembly voted yesterday to pass a bill to seal marijuana convictions for individuals who have been unjustly and unconstitutionally arrested for simple possession of marijuana in public view (A.2142, the Marijuana Sealing Bill, sponsored by Assm. Crystal Peoples-Stokes–Buffalo). This is the third time the Assembly has […]