NJ Lawmakers Plan to Put Legalization on 2020 Ballot

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New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senate Judiciary Chairman Nicholas Scutari announced today they were moving away from their previous plans to approve legislation to end the state’s failed prohibition on marijuana this year in the state legislature, and are instead planning to put a question regarding a constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana before […]

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Report: Potency of CBD Products Sold Online Often Deviates From What Is Advertised

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CBD-infused products sold online frequently possess significantly lower percentages of CBD than advertised, according to a report published by the online watchdog group LegitScript.com. Investigators lab-tested 30 CBD products obtained from leading online retailers. Twenty of the thirty products possessed significant deviations in CBD content as compared to what was advertised. Sixteen of the 20 […]

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California’s Rep. Barbara Lee on Why Legal Cannabis Must Require Social Equity Too

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Representative Barbara Lee With the 2020 US Presidential race in full swing, we’re witnessing, for the first time, a moment when virtually every single Democratic candidate supports major cannabis law reforms at the federal level. But some Democrats have been fighting for for marijuana policy reform far longer than others.  One of these politicians is […]

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Nevada NORML’s Veteran’s Virtual Lobby Day

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To honor both those who have bravely served and those who still suffer due to federal cannabis laws, Nevada NORML will be hosting a unique event on Veteran’s Day. The virtual lobby day, a lobbying event done entirely through electronic means, will raise awareness of the many federal pieces of legislation that could benefit veterans […]

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NORML 2019 Membership Survey

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Next year promises to be a pivotal year for cannabis policy reform. In addition to the 2020 Presidential election in November, voters will also be deciding that same day on several state-level marijuana policy initiatives. We also anticipate several high-profile legislative battles, and victories, in the State Houses this coming spring. With many legislatures commencing […]

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