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Nearly three years after legalizing adult-use marijuana in the state, Vermont has finally legalized marijuana sales.
Cannabis is indisputably one of the fastest growing industries in the United States’ job market today, and has remained mostly unscathed amidst the coronavirus pandemic when other industries have
South Dakota has made impressive strides forward in regards to marijuana reform and voters will now decide on both medical and recreational marijuana legalization on the November ballot. The state
Washington lawmakers have successfully passed a bill to bring a social equity program to the state’s cannabis industry. This comes nearly eight years after residents voted to legalize recreational
The “Governor’s Bill”, a marijuana legalization bill, was introduced by Connecticut’s top lawmakers on February 6, just one day after Gov. Ted Lemont renewed his call for marijuana legalization
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has officially included marijuana legalization in the state’s budget proposal, prioritizing the effort that dissolved last year after lawmakers failed to come to a
New Jersey lawmakers approved a resolution on Monday and voters will now see a referendum for marijuana legalization on the state’s 2020 ballot in November.
Over the last week and a half, Michigan became the first Midwestern state to allow recreational marijuana sales.
The Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation will begin accepting applications for Conditional Adult-Use Dispensing Organization licenses to service the state's recreational
California Recreational Marijuana Overview The Adult Use of Marijuana Act, otherwise known as Proposition 64, appeared on California’s November 2016 ballot. The initiative passed with 57% voter