Day: May 20, 2021

“Past criminal offenses can create unnecessary barriers to housing and employment long after someone has paid their dues to society.” By Scott McClallen, The Center Square Several Michigan law firms, criminal justice groups, and cannabis reform organizations have teamed up to form the Great Lakes Expungement Network to help peopleContinue Reading

When marijuana is federally legalized, it should be normalized in global commerce with U.S. trade representatives advocating for domestic cannabis business interests, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-OR) said on Wednesday. While that hasn’t necessarily been addressed in legalization legislation that he’s working on with Senate Majority Leader ChuckContinue Reading

As Congress prepares legislation to reauthorize Job Corps, the nation’s largest residential career-training program for youth and young adults, the chairwoman of a key House panel is urging colleagues to consider eliminating a drug-screening requirement that each year prevents thousands of young people from participating—overwhelmingly for cannabis. “Job Corps enjoysContinue Reading

LA gov: Legal marijuana “is going to happen”; SC medical cannabis vote first thing in 2022; TX psychedelics bill advances in Senate Subscribe to receive Marijuana Moment’s newsletter in your inbox every weekday morning. It’s the best way to make sure you know which cannabis stories are shaping the day. (function()Continue Reading