Elevate Your 4/20 with NORML

While April 20th is synonymous with celebrating marijuana’s cultural status, NORML is calling on all legalization supporters to turn this high holiday into a week of action. The post Elevate Your 4/20 with NORML appeared first on NORML.

New York: Lawmakers Advance Legislation to Expedite Adult-Use Cannabis Production and Manufacturing

The legislation authorizes already licensed hemp growers to obtain temporary conditional licenses to commercially cultivate and process cannabis for the state's forthcoming adult-use market. The post New York: Lawmakers Advance Legislation to Expedite Adult-Use Cannabis Production and Manufacturing appeared first on NORML.

Retail Licensing Delays and Emerging Social Equity Concerns in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut

As more states transition from marijuana criminalization to a regulated retail marketplace, struggles over the structure of retail sales markets have become a foremost concern. Inabilities in establishing and enacting clear and timely regulations regarding the application and acceptance process for business licenses have caused significant delays in the actualization…

Massachusetts: Majority of Adults Say Marijuana Legalization Has Been “Positive” for the State

NORML’s Deputy Director Paul Armentano said: “These polling results once again affirm that most voters do not experience ‘buyer’s remorse’ following the enactment of marijuana legalization. Most Americans believe that these laws are operating in a manner that is consistent with their expectations and that legalization and regulation is preferable…

Massachusetts: Majority of Adults Say Marijuana Legalization Has Been “Positive” for the State

NORML’s Deputy Director Paul Armentano said: “These polling results once again affirm that most voters do not experience ‘buyer’s remorse’ following the enactment of marijuana legalization. Most Americans believe that these laws are operating in a manner that is consistent with their expectations and that legalization and regulation is preferable…