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By Maureen Meehan Roger Martin, a U.S. Army veteran from the Vietnam era and a former police officer, was addicted to OxyContin and Ambien, which he used for years to treat injuries sustained while in military service. Now Martin heads an organization that ships medical cannabis and hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD) products for free to veterans and first responders […] …read more

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By Associated Press By David Crary Even in deep-red states, voters on Nov. 6, 2018 embraced an array of liberal-backed ballot measures such as expanding Medicaid, targeting gerrymandering, boosting minimum wages, and legalizing marijuana use. The results heartened left-of-center activists, who see a path going forward for circumventing Republican-controlled legislatures. With the new Congress deeply split along partisan […] …read more

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By Nicolas Juarez Cannabis advocacy groups and industry supporters weighed in on the new legal and political terrain created by the election Nov. 6, 2018. Most are calling the results a major victory now that Michigan became the tenth state to legalize recreational cannabis and Utah and Missouri legalized medicinal cannabis. The wins shouldn’t be surprising, given the […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Anti-marijuana U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions tendered his resignation Nov. 7, 2018, one day after Republicans lost control of the House. That left cannabis policy observers scrambling to find out where the temporary replacement at the top of the Department of Justice, Sessions’ Chief of Staff Matthew Whitaker, stands on marijuana. Here’s what Marijuana Moment […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Voters in 16 counties across Wisconsin have signaled strong support for marijuana reform, voting in the affirmative on advisory questions asking whether voters approve of various legalization and decriminalization policies. The advisory questions were non-binding, meaning that they won’t translate into actual policy changes. Rather, the purpose of the questions is to gauge public sentiment, […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment North Dakota voters rejected a measure to fully legalize marijuana Election Day Nov. 6, 2018. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Measure 3, was rejected 59 percent to 41 percent. Under the proposed law, adults 21 and older would no longer have been subjected to criminal penalties for growing, consuming, selling or distributing […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment One of three medical marijuana legalization initiatives on the Missouri ballot passed Election Day Nov. 6, 2018, while two other competing initiatives have failed. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Amendment 2, was approved 66 percent to 34 percent. The fight to legalize in Missouri was complicated in 2018 after three initiatives qualified […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Utah voters approved a measure to legalize medical marijuana Election Day Nov. 6, 2018. With 74 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Proposition 2, is up 53 percent to 47 percent, and NBC News and other outlets have projected it passed. BREAKING: Fox 13 is projecting that Prop 2, the medical marijuana initiative, will pass. […] …read more

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By Marijuana Moment Five out of six Ohio cities that had local marijuana decriminalization measures on the Nov. 6, 2018, ballot have passed the initiatives, including in the state’s sixth-largest city. Decriminalization passed in Dayton, Fremont, Norwood, Oregon and Windham. Voters in Garrettsville rejected the local measure, though. Currently, getting caught possessing up to 200 grams, or about […] …read more

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