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Ohio attorney general Dave Yost has rejected an advocacy group’s proposal and signatures to legalize recreational cannabis. Attorney General Yost published a letter on August 5, stating that the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol did not meet the necessary requirements for his approval. The legalization proposal, called “An Act to Control and Regulate Adult
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Most Affected usually features a series of subjects who were sentenced or are serving long-term or life sentences. Katree Darriel Saunders’ story is different, but challenging all the same. Saunders, a mother of four, cannabis advocate and one-time employee in the Nevada medical space, served four months in federal prison over a probation violation after
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Neil deGrasse Tyson joined a comedian and ecologist as co-hosts on science podcast StarTalk Radio last week to discuss the “wonderful world of fungi”—with a selective emphasis on psilocybin mushrooms. The astrophysicist was clearly engaged in learning more, with a small group of co-hosts asking important questions about psilocybin, the Fungi Kingdom and mycology in
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Federal grant restrictions revolving around cannabis-related grant funding through the Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration (SAMHSA) was announced earlier this week. News broke when the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (PDDAP) made note of a change in text for organizations that are eligible to receive federal SAMHSA grants on August 2.  “SAMHSA
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South Dakota’s Native American Tribes not only legally opened a medical cannabis dispensary without consulting the state, but this past week, advocates also filed four different recreational legalization initiatives for consideration on the ballot later this year. The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe was the first tribe in the nation to legalize cannabis following a memo
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Delaware was getting ramped up for possible legalization this legislative session. The possibility seemed promising, especially considering we’ve been watching the progress in Virginia, Connecticut and other newly legal states unfold. Now, however, it is not to be, as amendments have delayed any legal cannabis progress until at least 2022. HB 150, the bill that
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Possession and cultivation of cannabis at home are now legal for adults ages 21 and over in New Mexico—representing a momentous day for the “Land of Enchantment.” Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham celebrated by releasing four infographics of what changes take effect immediately. Under New Mexico’s legislation, The Cannabis Regulation Act, adults who are 21 and
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Mexico’s highest court struck down the nation’s laws against consumption and personal cultivation of marijuana on Monday, more than five years after a limited ruling that declared the prohibitions against recreational cannabis unconstitutional. Under the court’s decision, all adults ages 18 years and older will be able to apply for a permit allowing them to
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