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Pennsylvania Legislature considering improving medical cannabis protections

Ask your state senator to put an end to wrongful DUI convictions of medical cannabis patients. It’s been four years since the Pennsylvania General Assembly and Gov. Tom Wolf legalized medical cannabis. But Pennsylvania still has an unscientific law on the books that criminalizes driving with cannabis in one’s system. Because THC can stay in the body for a week, completely sober drivers — including medical cannabis patients — can be wrongfully branded with a DUI conviction! On Tuesday, the Pennsylvania…
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Legal Marijuana Sales in Maine to Begin on Friday
Oct 08, 2020

Legal Marijuana Sales in Maine to Begin on Friday

Statements below from the Marijuana Policy Project, which spearheaded the successful Question 1 campaign in 2016 Augusta, ME — Legal marijuana sales for adults 21 and over will begin tomorrow (Friday) in Maine.  “Nearly four years after Mainers approved marijuana legalization at the ballot box, the will of the people will finally be effectuated,” said Marijuana Policy Project Deputy Director Matthew Schweich, one of the leaders of the 2016 campaign. Adults 21 years of age or older with a valid…
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