Vermont Bill Would Legalize Marijuana for Recreational Use, Effectively Nullify Federal Prohibition

MONTPELIER, Vt. (Dec. 29, 2015) – A bill introduced in the Vermont legislature would legalize marijuana for recreational use, taxing and regulating the crop similar to alcohol. The proposal would not only legalize marijuana in the Green Mountain State, it would also take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in Vermont.

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Kentucky Bill Would Legalize Marijuana for Recreational Use, Nullify Federal Prohibition

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 17, 2015) – A Kentucky House bill prefiled for 2016 would legalize marijuana for recreational use, taxing and regulating the crop similar to alcohol. The proposal would not only legalize marijuana in the Bluegrass State, it would also take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in Kentucky.

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Missouri Action Alert: Help Nullify Marijuana Prohibition, Support HJR57, SB762 and SJR29

Missouri HJR57 and SB762 would legalize recreational marijuana. SJR29 would legalize marijuana for medical use. Passage of any would further nullify unconstitutional federal prohibition in practice within the state. Each of these bills were pre-filed for the 2016 legislative year, and have yet to receive an official committee assignment. PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS to…

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Missouri Has Three Chances to Nullify Marijuana Prohibition, Thwart Federal Drug War in 2016

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Dec. 8, 2015) – Two bills pre-filed in Missouri last week would legalize recreational marijuana, and another would legalize marijuana for medical use. This gives the Show Me State several opportunity to effectively nullify federal marijuana prohibition in practice during next year’s legislative session.

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Florida Bill Legalizing Medical Marijuana for Terminal Patients, Defying Federal Ban, Passes 2nd Committee

TALLAHASSEE, FL. (Dec, 7, 2015) – A bill that would allow terminally ill patients access to medicinal marijuana, further nullifying in effect federal prohibition of cannabis, passed unanimously out of a second Senate committee last Thursday. The legislation expands on a recently passed “right to try” law that effectively nullifies in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally-ill patients from accessing experimental treatments.

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Florida Bills Legalizing Medical Marijuana for Terminal Patients, Defying Federal Ban, Pass Committees

TALLAHASSEE, FL. (Nov. 19, 2015) – Two bills that would allow terminally ill patients access to medicinal marijuana, further nullifying in effect federal prohibition of cannabis, passed unanimously out of committees Tuesday. The legislation expands on a recently passed “right to try” law that effectively nullifies in practice some Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rules that prevent terminally-ill patients from accessing experimental treatments.

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