Cuomo calls for legalizing recreational marijuana in NY

Cuomo’s latest legalization proposal follows two unsuccessful attempts in 2019 and 2020 to fully legalize marijuana. ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for the legalization and regulation of marijuana for recreational use by adults, his third attempt in as many years to get the drug fully legalized in the state.  Cuomo, a Democrat, announce the proposal...

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Northam: ‘We are going to move forward with legalizing marijuana in Virginia’

Gov. Ralph Northam said Monday he plans to propose legislation legalizing marijuana when the General Assembly convenes in January, setting the state on a path to become the first in the South to allow recreational use of the drug. “We are going to move forward with legalizing marijuana in Virginia,” Northam said. “I support that and am committed to doing...

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What Happens to Cannabis if Biden Wins?

[#item_title] The business of Stralak after the completion of the Proposed Transaction (the “Resulting Issuer”), will be the business of Hempsana, which involves manufacturing cannabis derivatives and producing cannabis extracts for use in finished products, including vapeables, topical creams and infused consumables. Hempsana’s Health Canada Standard Processing Licensed, and EU-GMP compliant facility provides Hempsana access to wholesale and retail channels...

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Where Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris Stands On Marijuana

Joe Biden has selected Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) as his vice presidential running mate, the campaign announced on Tuesday. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee’s choice to join him on the ticket has evolved significantly on marijuana policy over her career. Though she coauthored an official voter guide argument opposing a California cannabis legalization measure as a prosecutor in 2010 and...

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