Thrive Cannabis Marketplace in mid-September is opening a dispensary in Jackpot, Nevada, that will be open 24/7/365.
Author: Idaho Citizens Coalition
“People get the impression I’m the Torquemada of marijuana opposition. I really don’t care if you smoke at home. I’m opposed to kids being exposed and I don’t want you driving until your head clears. Many people in law enforcement share my view.”
The Idaho Citizens Coalition (IdahoCann) announces the submission of the final text for the Personal Adult Marijuana Decriminalization Act (PAMDA), an initiative for the November 2022 ballot that would create a narrow exception to Idaho criminal law for the personal, private use of marijuana legally purchased in another state.
Data from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission show that for the month on June 2021, marijuana shops in Malheur County sold almost $8.8 million in marijuana products.
There are more legal marijuana states now than there were medical marijuana states when Colorado and Washington first legalized.
The Wyoming Libertarian Party filed two initiative petitions to end adult marijuana prohibition in the Equality State.
The Personal Adult Marijuana Decriminalization Act (PAMDA) if passed would only protect adults 21 and older from search, seizure, and arrest for the possession and use of up to three ounces of marijuana on private property with permission of the owner.
Legal marijuana shops in Ontario, Oregon, sold $9.6 million of marijuana products to adults in the month of May 2021.
Anything you possess with THC in it—even hemp with less than 0.3% THC—is still marijuana in Idaho if you don’t have a license for it.
The Lodge/Crane Idaho Marijuana Petitioning Station has collected over 200 signatures from registered Idaho voters from 16 counties.
According to new polling released Tuesday by the U.S. Cannabis Council, 66 percent of Utahns surveyed “support federal cannabis legalization generally.”
This is why we reject every prohibitionist who wails about how much money we raise in state legalization campaigns, complaining that their anti-marijuana campaigns get outspent.