Governor Andrew Cuomo Signs Bill Legalizing Recreational Marijuana In New York

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation legalizing adult-use marijuana on Wednesday morning, fulfilling a key component of his 2021 State of the State agenda. The signing...

Michigan Dispensary Offers Free ‘Pot For Shots’ To Those Who Received The Covid Vaccine

A Michigan marijuana dispensary launched the “Pot for Shots” program in an effort to encourage residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when eligible. The Greenhouse...

Cuomo’s Legal Marijuana Plan Includes Delivery

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has added the option of home delivery to his latest proposal for legalized, adult-use recreational marijuana in New York. Local governments...

President Biden Baking Plans For Federal Marijuana Legalization, Boost For CMOs

The end of the Trump presidency on 20 January 2021, and the swearing-in of the 46th US president, Joe Biden, brings a significant likelihood...

Chuck Schumer Says Marijuana Reform Bills Are Being Merged As Congress Moves To Legalize

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says lawmakers are in the process of merging various marijuana bills, including his own legalization legislation, as the...

Jay-Z Raises $10 Million To Boost Minority-Owned Cannabis Businesses

Jay-Z has raised $10 million to invest in minority-owned cannabis businesses. The funds are a byproduct of the industry's largest-ever SPAC merger. The legendary rapper...

Biden’s Commerce Secretary Pick Wants Marijuana Sold In Government-Run Stores

President-elect Joe Biden’s pick to run the U.S. Department of Commerce is a governor who supports not only legalizing marijuana but selling it through...

Amsterdam Marijuana Tourism Faces Threat Of Annihilation

In an effort to clean up its image, Amsterdam aims to restrict a key tourist attraction: its coffee shops. Only Dutch residents would be allowed...

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Report: Matt Gaetz Suspended From Practicing Law

According to a report from the Daily Beast's Jose Pagliery, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is no longer entitled to practice law in his home...

Oklahoma Woman Convicted Of Manslaughter, Gets Four Years After Miscarriage

An Oklahoma woman was sentenced to four years in prison earlier this month after being convicted of manslaughter because she suffered a miscarriage. Brittney Poolaw...

Texas Formally Asks The Supreme Court To Overturn Roe v Wade

Texas on Thursday, October 21, 2021, asked the Supreme Court to keep in place a law that bans abortions after an embryo's cardiac...
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