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NIDArelease Sep 01, 2021

Marijuana Policy Project Provides Feedback on the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act


On Wednesday, the Marijuana Policy Project submitted comments to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) regarding a preliminary draft of the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, a new bill that would end federal cannabis prohibition.

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NIDArelease Jul 14, 2021

Senate Leaders Release Preliminary Draft of New Cannabis Legalization Bill


On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) held a press conference to introduce a preliminary draft of the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, a new bill that would end federal cannabis prohibition.

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NIDArelease Jul 01, 2021

Marijuana Policy Project Provides An Overview of New Cannabis Laws Taking Effect Today in Three States


On Thursday, advocates with the Marijuana Policy Project, the nation's leading cannabis policy organization that has played a central role in passing over two dozen state-level medical cannabis and adult-use cannabis legalization laws across the country, held a virtual press conference to provide information about new policies taking effect today in Connecticut, South Dakota, and Virginia.

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NIDArelease Jun 22, 2021

Rhode Island Senate Approves Bill to Legalize Marijuana for Adults


With little time remaining in the regular legislative session, the Rhode Island Senate has approved a bill to legalize the possession, purchase, and cultivation of cannabis for personal use for adults 21 and older. The original proposal was introduced in March and amended last week by the Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee.

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