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We’ve recently experienced a minor victory in the realm of cannabis legislation. If you’ve been following the journey at all, you’ll also know that this isn’t the first time.

What happens next?

There’s a long convoluted process when it comes to creating new laws. Check out this government source for details on all of the ins and outs, as well as how to research your subject.

Cannabis: Up Next

Apparently, our hero of a bill comes before the Senate soon. Known as the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, this bill would primarily remove cannabis from the federal government’s list of Schedule I drugs. It would also allow each state to take its own approach when making a decision on whether or not to legalize cannabis. Sure, there’s more to the bill, but you’ll have to catch up on your reading in your own time. For your reading pleasure, I’m including a state-by-state list of proposals pertaining to cannabis reform.

Live in a “Green” State?

If you do, I’d like to know about any issues your area may have faced from the passing of legislation until now. For example, I have heard that Colorado was experiencing a fentanyl crisis on the streets with unregulated marijuana products. Any news is big news. Drop us a line on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or email.

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