Wyoming Bill Would Put the Question of Marijuana Legalization to the Voters, Set Stage to Nullify Federal Prohibition

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Feb 1, 2017) – A Wyoming bill would allow voters to legalize recreational marijuana in the state through a constitutional amendment ballot measure. Passage would set the stage to effectively nullify in practice the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same.

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Washington Bill Would Legalize Home Cultivation of Marijuana, Further Nullify Federal Prohibition

OLYMPIA, Wash. (Jan. 20, 2017) – A bill introduced in the Washington state House would legalize cultivation of marijuana in a place of residence. Passage would build upon the already-existing legalization of marijuana in the Evergreen State, and further the nullification of federal drug policy.

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New Mexico Bill Would Legalize Recreational Marijuana and Industrial Hemp, Nullify Federal Prohibition

SANTA FE, N.M. (Jan. 17, 2016) – A bill prefiled in the New Mexico House would legalize marijuana for recreational use and the production of industrial hemp. Passage would not only legalize marijuana and hemp in the Land of Enchantment, but would also take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in the state.

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Kentucky Bill Would Legalize Recreational Marijuana, Nullify Federal Prohibition

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 15, 2016) – A bill set for introduction in the Kentucky Senate would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Passage would not only legalize marijuana in the Commonwealth, but would also take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in the state.

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Massachusetts Voters Nullify Unconstitutional Federal Prohibition, Legalize Marijuana by Passing Question 4

BOSTON (Nov. 8, 2016) – Voters in Massachusetts have approved a ballot measure legalizing marijuana for general use by adults, a big step toward nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition of cannabis in effect.

With 64 percent of the precincts reporting, Tenth Amendment Center projects Question 4 as the winner by a margin of 53-47.

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