Columbus, OH — On Tuesday, Ohioans approved Issue 2, a ballot measure to legalize, regulate, and tax cannabis for adults’ use in Ohio. With 54% of the votes counted, Issue 2 was ahead by 55.6% to 44.4%.
On Monday, the Marijuana Policy Project released their 2023 Louisiana Cannabis Policy Voter Guide to educate the citizens of Louisiana where candidates, as well as incumbent legislators, stand on a variety of cannabis issues.
Annapolis, MD — Beginning on Saturday, July 1, adults 21 and older will be able to legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of cannabis and cultivate up to two plants for personal use in Maryland. On the same date, existing medical cannabis dispensaries that have paid a conversion fee will be able to serve adult-use customers. Other licenses will begin being issued to social equity applicants in early 2024.
On Wednesday, the Marijuana Policy Project and Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire will host a Facebook Live event to discuss HB 639, a bipartisan cannabis legalization bill that was filed by New Hampshire’s Republican and Democratic House leaders — Representative Jason Osborne (R-Auburn) and Representative Matt Wilhelm (D-Manchester)