The State of Legalization

Marijuana Legalization Over the years, you’ve probably seen or heard in the news about marijuana being decriminalized or legalized. However, decriminalization and legalization doesn’t eliminate the possibility of penalties in certain circumstances. Some states have chosen to only legal medical weed, or medical CBD. What is and isn’t allowed, and what penalties are still handed… Continue reading The State of Legalization

Delaware House of Representatives rejects cannabis legalization

The cannabis legalization debate in Delaware highlights the two-step forward, one-step-back marathon that is the fight to legalize  One week after lawmakers in Delaware voted in favor of decriminalizing cannabis possession, a new bill that would legalize and regulate its sale failed to pass the House of Representatives. The bill got a majority of votes… Continue reading Delaware House of Representatives rejects cannabis legalization

House passes MORE Act

Bill would end cannabis prohibition–but must pass in the Senate first On April 1, The House of Representatives passed The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, the latest attempt to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. This Act is the most recent example of the steady shift in public opinion towards ending marijuana prohibition and… Continue reading House passes MORE Act

Virginia Votes to Recriminalize Personal Possession of Marijuana

Virginia Votes to Re-Criminalize Virginia’s Republic Governor Glenn Youngkin has proposed an amendment to substitute SB 591, which would increase the penalty of personal possession of more than two ounces of cannabis. This amendment is taking effect just one year after Virginia became the first state in the South to legalize recreational use.  Virginia proposes… Continue reading Virginia Votes to Recriminalize Personal Possession of Marijuana