As an appeals lawyer discusses, Florida may well become the twenty-third state to legalize marijuana for medical purposes. Although the measure must still be voted on and signed into law, marijuana entrepreneurs are hopeful. The State of the Law on Medical Marijuana Twenty two states currently have laws legalizing marijuana for medical purposes. Florida may soon join […]
Last month, Colorado citizens held a rally to celebrate the legalization of marijuana for recreational use. As a Colorado appeals lawyer can explain, the law places restrictions on where the drug may be smoked. Many violated the law during the rally and were arrested. An Appeals Attorney Explains Colorado’s Marijuana Law Colorado was the first state […]
Cannabis oil is deemed medically legal in Utah as part of Charlee’s Law In the wake of the recent vote in Kentucky that allowed cannabis oil to be administered to patients (particularly children) suffering from severe epilepsy, the governor of Utah has signed a bill passing Charlees Law, which allows the use of cannabis oil […]
Recently, the vastly conservative state of Kentucky Senate unanimously voted (38-0) to pass a bill that would legalize the medical use of marijuana oil. The bill was largely supported by the Kentucky state governor, as well as the state police. In its next phase, the bill is likely to pass in the House, which would […]
State By Case Decriminalization and Legalization of Marijuana At the start of this year, Colorado was the first state to implement the legal use of recreational marijuana. It is a huge milestone and an ongoing battle to make weed decriminalized and legal in the United States. While the state of Colorado has legalized marijuana, it […]
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