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March 12th, 2021

Fed Bill Would End Crack/Powder Cocaine Sentencing Disparity, SD MedMJ Will Happen on Schedule, More… (3/11/21)

Rerolled: March 11, 2021 | #STDW

The South Dakota Senate has blocked the governor's effort to delay the implemenation of a voter-approved medical marijuana initiative, the Mississippi House has killed a bill that would have substituted for the voter-approved medical marijuana initiative there, and more.

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Mississippi House Kills Substitute Medical Marijuana Bill. The House late Wednesday killed Senate Bill 2765, which had been filed as a more restrictive alternative to the medical marijuana initiative approved by voters in November and now under challenge in the state Supreme Court.

South Dakota Senate Blocks Governor's Effort to Delay Medical Marijuana Rollout. The state Senate has killed Gov. Kristi Noem's (R) effort to delay implementation of the Measure 26 medical marijuana initiative approved by voters in November. The House had already passed House Bill 1100, which would have enacted the delay, but the Senate amended the bill to include immediate decriminalization, and when the two chambers were unable to reach a compromise on Wednesday, the bill died.


Bill to End Crack/Powder Cocaine Sentencing Disparity Awaits Action in Senate. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) has filed S. 79, the EQUAL Act, to end the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine. For years, the disparity was 100:1, but was reduced to 18:1 under legislation passed in the Obama era. This bill would end the disparity entirely, and it would allow for people still serving time for crack sentences under the old law to file motions for reduced sentences. The bill is currently before the Senate Judiciary Committee, whose chair, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) is sympathetic.


Mexico Chamber of Deputies Approves Marijuana Legalization Bill [FEATURE]

Rerolled: March 11, 2021 | #STDW Mexico took a giant step toward ending pot prohibition Wednesday night as …
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New Legislation Would Stop Denial of Citizenship Based on Cannabis Use

Rerolled from a High Times Original Article Rep. Brendan Boyle is pushing to roll back an antiquated rule …
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Thursday March 11, 2021 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

rerolled on giantweed from a Marijuana Today Daily HeadlinesThursday, March 11, 2021 | Curated by host Shea …
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HI, NM Marijuana Legalization Bills Advance, NJ Harm Reduction Bill Package Introduced, More… (3/10/21)

Rerolled: March 10, 2021 | #STDW Marijuana legalization bills advance in Hawaii and New Mexico, a pot prisoners' …
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Key Congressional Chairman Plans To Refile Federal Marijuana Legalization Bill This Year

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee confirmed will be reintroducing his bill to legalize marijuana and promote social equity this year.

“sometimes new facts are hard.”

Ben Kovler

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Cannabis thérapeutique : La France s’y met !”
#DébatDoc “#cannabis sur ordonnance” de Raphaël Hitier puis débat présenté par @jpgratien avec :

🔹@moreaujb23, rapporteur de la mission d’information
🔹Nicolas Authier, psychiatre
🔹@marclevequemd, neurochirurgien

A 20h30 sur LCP

“The pandemic has been a real game-changer for the #cannabis industry.”

@Boris_Jordan Chairman @Curaleaf_Inc sees major growth opportunity in #Europe despite slow legislation compared to the US.

“In England alone, month on month, the patients using cannabis are growing by 40%.”