On April 14, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed a bill into law that will set into motion the process for production and distribution of medical marijuana in the state, adding to the long list of states ignoring federal prohibition, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal act in limited medical situations.Details
If you believe the federal government should fully enforce marijuana prohibition, which is not authorized by the original meaning of the Constitution..
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According to two polls, Alaskans favor nullifying the federal prohibition of marijuana and legalizing it for recreational use within the state.
And they will soon have the opportunity to do just that. The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana in Alaska will be on the ballot later this yearDetails
Rather than demanding full enforcement of unconstitutional federal marijuana “laws,” Republicans in Congress would far better serve the Constitution by working to repeal those unconstitutional acts.Details
A constitutional amendment that would allow Missouri voters to decide whether or not to nullify the federal prohibition on marijuana has been introduced in the state house.Details
While some media outlets are reporting that the passage of these measures are akin to ‘approving medical marijuana,’ such claims are far from accurate.Details
There is a positive aspect of nullification that many overlook: the financial benefit of states taking control of their own policy.Details
A bill recently introduced in Minnesota would permit the use of marijuana for medicinal use, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the plant.Details
The Alabama legislature will consider the legalization of marijuana for both medicinal and recreational purposes during the 2014 session. If passed, these two bills would effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the plant.Details