After only two weeks in session, three separate Bills regarding medical marijuana policy reform are waiting to be addressed by the Georgia State Legislature. Here’s a breakdown of those bills.
Is Mississippi the next state in the south to turn green? State Representative Joel Bomgar (R-Madison) sure hopes so, as he recently introduced House Bill 179, titled the “Mississippi Medical Marijuana Pilot Program Act”. HB 179 aims to provide some of Mississippi’s sickest patients with high quality cannabis oil and edibles, and it addresses most […]
As far as it seems that we may have come in reforming our arcane marijuana laws across America over the last decade, police still arrest about one person per minute for using a plant that has proven to have an almost limitless number of medical uses and has proven to be far safer than most of the […]
The last decade has been a whirlwind for cannabis reform activists across the United States. With more than half of our states (28) making marijuana legal for medical purposes and a growing number making it available to anyone over the age of 21 to enjoy recreationally it would be difficult at this point to get the horse […]
As of today 29 states have legalized marijuana for medical use (that’s over half the country) and eight states plus the District of Columbia have given adults over the age of 21 the freedom to enjoy cannabis recreationally, similar to alcohol. Much of this new-found freedom can be traced to the work of Eric Holder, […]
Heads up partisans, it’s time to remove marijuana prohibition from your party platform, and this year’s election should provide all the proof you need that it’s past-time to get on the right side of history. We know this is the case because Arkansas, where 60% of that red-state’s voters easily handed Trump their six electoral votes, also […]
n what will certainly go down in the books the most memorable election in anyone’s memory, Florida voters returned to the polls this year and overwhelmingly approved that state’s medical marijuana ballot initiative, Amendment 2. While this historic vote was an incredibly important step in reducing the harm done to patients by the drug war, you […]
AUSTIN — Military veterans and local marijuana policy reform advocates will gather at the State Capitol in Austin on Saturday for the 2016 Texas Veterans Medical Marijuana Conference. The event, hosted by Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy and Texas NORML, will feature educators, advocates, medical professionals, and veteran activists discussing how medical marijuana can help […]