New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) said on Friday that lawmakers have come to an agreement on the bills to legalize cannabis required by the voter-approved ballot question.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today passed the Marijuana Opportunities, Reinvestment, and Expungement (MORE) Act in a mostly partisan 228-164 vote.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has expanded its pilot Multi-Peril Crop Insurance plan for the hemp industry into new states and counties and announced improvements to the insurance.
The top Republican in the New York Assembly says he thinks the state will legalize marijuana in the new year.
Voters in New Jersey overwhelmingly approved a marijuana legalization referendum last month, and top lawmakers are already proposing putting cannabis back on the ballot for another vote—but not to undo the reform.
A key House committee advanced a bill to federally legalize marijuana on Wednesday, clearing its path to a floor vote that leadership said will come on Friday.
A United Nations panel voted on Wednesday to remove cannabis from the list of the world’s most dangerous drugs, a move that could energize legalization efforts around the globe.
Oregon became the first state to legalize psilocybin mushrooms for therapeutic purposes last month, and now the governor is taking initial steps to launch the program by accepting applications for members of an advisory board tasked with figuring out how to best regulate access to the psychedelic treatment.
A key United Nations (UN) commission will vote on a series of World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations concerning international marijuana reform this week. And the U.S. is in favor of the boldest policy change.
Marijuana home delivery is coming to Massachusetts after receiving the green light from state regulators on Monday.