New Jersey Opens Public Comment Period for Proposed Cannabis Rule Amendments


New Jersey people have the chance to provide input on upcoming adult-use hashish rule updates—input that officers say can have a genuine impact on the final result of the closing policies. Community remark on proposed updates to the principles for New Jersey’s adult-use hashish marketplace is now open up from the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Fee […]

Pot in a Planter! Cannabis Found in British Village’s Public Floral Display


It may well not be accurately “anarchy in the U.K.,” but there may possibly have been some mischief at participate in in the English village of West Parley. Locals there have been snickering as of late in excess of some unforeseen progress identified past week in a person of the community floral shows situated throughout […]

Study: Safe Drug Consumption Sites Prevent Overdoses And Public Use


  A new research displays some of the benefits of safe and sound use drug web pages, a controversial way of dealing with and stopping overdoses. The research was published in JAMA Community and confirmed a breakdown of proof collected at two avoidance centers in New York Town, which were being established at the conclude […]

Bipartisan Lawmakers Express Public Discontent On Congress’ Inaction On Marijuana Reform


By Joana Scopel The co-chairs of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus issued a joint statement criticizing the inaction of the Residence Guidelines Committee that rejected amendments to the bipartisan shelling out bill intended to promote veterans’ entry to medical hashish. “We have the duty to present our veterans with the care and treatment plans they need to prevail over the wounds of war,” […]

Louisiana Senate Approves Bill Allowing Public Employees to Use Medical Pot


The Louisiana point out Senate voted 26-8 on Wednesday to approve a monthly bill that would safeguard general public personnel who use clinical hashish from job discrimination. The evaluate, Household Bill 988, was accepted by the Louisiana House of Representatives previous 7 days and now heads to the desk of Governor John Bel Edwards for […]

NYC Mayor Shares Plan To Use Public Housing Rooftops To Grow Weed


New York Mayor Eric Adams admits his thought to use federal home to expand federally illegal weed may well strike a number of bumps in the highway, but he has an notion. He suggests that by inquiring for a “waiver,” the point out could bypass federal rulings, avoiding conflict and offering use to this community […]

Feds Halt New York City Plan for Cannabis Farms on Public Housing |


New York Town Mayor Eric Adams’s call to use the rooftops of public housing as cannabis greenhouse areas appears to be like like a pipe desire for now.  The website Gothamist reported on Monday that a spokesperson for the U.S. Section of Housing and City Growth (HUD), which presents funding for New York Town Housing […]

New York Mayor Suggests Public Housing Rooftops To Grow Weed — There’s Just One Big Problem


New York Mayor Eric Adams wants to use community housing rooftops as hashish greenhouses. Even with the revolutionary strategy that could present some options for the city’s nascent cannabis field, present federal rules make it not likely for this to happen. According to Gothamist, Adams designed the comments at the New York State Affiliation Affiliation […]

City of Houston Bans E-Cigarettes, Vaping in Public Spaces |


Vaping and the use of electronic cigarettes is now banned in general public spaces all over the town of Houston, right after the metropolis council unanimously permitted an modification to its existing ordinance on Wednesday. According to Houston Community Media, the city’s “existing rules prohibit smoking cigarettes in an enclosed public area or workplace, inside […]

Bipartisan Tennessee Legislation Could Allow Voter Public Opinion Poll On Legal Weed


By Nicolas Jose Rodriguez Rep. Bruce Griffey (R) and Sen. Sara Kyle (D) from Tennessee are sponsoring legislation enabling voters to weigh in with a condition-sponsored community belief poll. Senate Bill 1973/Household Bill 1634 would require county election commissions to include things like three non-binding concerns related to the legalization of marijuana on the 2022 […]