Maine Passes Bill to Implement Legal Marijuana Sales and Cultivation, Further Nullify Federal Prohibition in Effect

AUGUSTA, Maine (April 12, 2018) – Yesterday, the Maine Senate gave final approval to a bill to implement and regulate the state’s adult-use marijuana market. Final passage of the bill into law would effectuate a ballot initiative legalizing marijuana and further nullify federal cannabis prohibition in effect.

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New Hampshire Committee Approves Bill to Ban Release of Medical Marijuana Registry Information to Feds without a Warrant

CONCORD, N.H. (April 11, 2018) – Yesterday, a New Hampshire Senate committee passed a bill that would prohibit the release of any information from the state’s medical marijuana registry to the federal government without a warrant. Passage of the legislation would take another small step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in effect.

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Louisiana House Passes Bill to Expand Medical Marijuana Program, Further Nullify Federal Prohibition

BATON ROUGE, La. (Apr. 10, 2018) – Last week, two bills that would relax restrictions on medical marijuana for qualifying patients in the state moved forward in the legislature. One bill was approved by the House, another by a House committee. Final passage of these bills would further nullify federal drug laws in the Pelican State.

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Signed by the Governor: Utah Law Legalizes Medical Marijuana for Some Terminally-Ill Patients

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (March 26, 2018) – Last week, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed two bills to allow terminally ill patients to legally use medical marijuana under the state’s Right to Try law. These new laws take a first step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in effect in the Beehive State.

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