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2022 Marijuana Reform Ballot Initiative Efforts Underway Nationwide

Marijuana reform activists in several states around the country are already working to qualify various statewide reform measures for the 2022 ballot. Here’s a...

Louisiana: Marijuana Decriminalization Law Takes Effect Today

A new Louisiana law takes effect today, August 1, 2021, eliminating the possibility of jail time for low-level marijuana possession offenses. House Bill 652 amends...

Illinois: Governor Signs Equity Measure to Award Over 100 New Dispensary Licenses

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker (D) signed legislation into law aimed at increasing diversity in the state’s marijuana industry. House Bill 1443 provides for an additional 110...

New Jersey Courts Vacate Almost 88,000 Marijuana Cases

Almost 88,000 marijuana convictions and pending cases have been vacated or dismissed since July 1, 2021, the New Jersey Judiciary announced on Monday. These are...

Weekly Legislative Roundup 6/25/21

Welcome to the latest edition of NORML’s Weekly Legislative Roundup! Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) signed legislation into law making Connecticut the 18th state to...

Louisiana: Governor Signs Bill into Law Repealing Ban on Medical Cannabis Flower

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards (D) has signed legislation into law, House Bill 391, repealing the state’s ban on herbal cannabis for medically authorized...

Weekly Legislative Roundup 6/18/21

Welcome to the latest edition of NORML’s Weekly Legislative Roundup! Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards (D) signed legislation into law to remove the threat of...

Connecticut Poised to Become Next State to Legalize Marijuana for Adults

House members have approved legislation, Senate Bill 1201, legalizing the adult use of marijuana and regulating its commercial production and sale, during a special...

Texas: Governor Signs Medical Cannabis Expansion Legislation into Law

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed legislation into law to expand the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP), the state’s low-THC medical cannabis program. House Bill...

Connecticut: Senate Lawmakers Advance Marijuana Legalization Bill on First Day of Special Session

Connecticut state Senate members have approved legislation, Senate Bill 1201, legalizing the adult use of marijuana and regulating its commercial production and sale. The measure...

Louisiana: Marijuana Decriminalization Legislation Signed into Law

Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards (D) signed legislation into law to remove the threat of jail time for low-level marijuana possession offenses. House Bill 652 reduces...

Montana: Opponents Drop Lawsuit Challenging Voter-Approved Legalization Initiative

Marijuana legalization opponents moved to drop a lawsuit filed on their behalf that sought to nullify an adult-use marijuana legalization measure that was approved...

Weekly Legislative Roundup 6/11/21

Welcome to the latest edition of NORML’s Weekly Legislative Roundup! This week, Vermont Governor Phil Scott signed legislation into law providing financial assistance to social...

Louisiana: Lawmakers Send Marijuana Decriminalization Legislation to Governor’s Desk

Members of the Louisiana state Senate approved legislation to remove the threat of jail time for low-level marijuana possession offenses. House Bill 652 reduces the penalty for the possession of up to 14 grams of marijuana for first-time as well as subsequent offenses to a $100 fine only. While there would be no possibility of jail time under the bill, these offenses would still be classified as misdemeanors. The bill, however, would increase penalties for the possession of more than 14 grams of marijuana on a second or subsequent offense. The Senate approved HB 652 with a 20 to 17 vote Monday, and it will now head to the desk of Governor John Bel Edwards (D). The bill was already approved by the House of Representatives earlier this month. “This is a much needed policy change for Louisiana,” said NORML State Policies Manager Carly Wolf. “The passage of this legislation is great progress toward ending the racially discriminatory policy of branding otherwise law-abiding Louisianans as criminals for minor marijuana possession offenses when law enforcement should instead be focusing on fighting legitimate crime.” Separate legislation to legalize and regulate marijuana for all adults in the state was removed from consideration by the sponsor last month, effectively killing it.  Lawmakers also sent separate legislation to the desk of John Bel Edwards to repeal the ban on smoking medical cannabis flower as well as a measure requesting “a study of the effects of legalizing recreational cannabis usage” on Monday, sending it on to the Senate for further consideration.

Nevada: Governor Signs Bill into Law Regulating Cannabis Consumption Lounges

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak (D) signed legislation into law to regulate on-site cannabis consumption spaces. Assembly Bill 341 allows adults 21 and older to purchase and consume adult-use cannabis products on-site at any licensed “cannabis consumption lounge.” The measure establishes regulations for two distinct types cannabis consumption lounges. One group would be reserved for existing marijuana dispensary license holders who can then apply to operate an on-site cannabis consumption lounge. The other designation would be for new, independent businesses to apply for a license to operate an “independent cannabis consumption lounge” which is not attached to or adjacent to an existing retailer. The bill also provides for reduced license application fees for qualifying social equity applicants. Local governments can enact policies restricting access to cannabis consumption lounges under this bill. The new law takes effect on October 1, 2021. Alaska and Colorado have previously enacted legislation explicitly permitting social consumption sites for cannabis, and New York’s nascent adult-use law also regulates on-site facilities. Gov. Sisolak recently signed additional marijuana-related bills into law, including measures amending marijuana penalties for minors and rescinding per se driving thresholds for THC, and legislation permitting consumers to obtain cannabis products via curbside pickup.

Weekly Legislative Roundup 6/4/21

Welcome to the latest edition of NORML’s Weekly Legislative Roundup! This week, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak (D) signed legislation into law easing marijuana possession penalties...

Illinois: Lawmakers Approve Equity Measure to Award Over 100 New Dispensary Licenses

Members of the Illinois state legislature have given final approval to legislation aimed at increasing diversity in the state’s marijuana industry. House Bill 1443 would create 110 new marijuana dispensary licenses, which will be awarded to qualified applicants via two separate lotteries comprised of 55 licenses in each. The second lottery is reserved for equity applicants who have or whose family members have, a past marijuana conviction, or who live in a “disproportionately impacted area” for at least 10 years. After a lottery of 75 licenses that were originally supposed to be awarded in May 2020 was delayed due to various lawsuits filed by applicants who were not selected to participate, this measure serves as a compromise between Pritzker’s administration and these other applicants who say the state’s scoring process was unfair. The bill now heads to the desk of Governor JB Pritzker, who is expected to sign it into law imminently. “Equity is at the core of cannabis legalization in Illinois, and this essential legislation will accelerate our collective vision to make sure that the communities harmed the most by the war on drugs can participate in this industry as it grows,” Gov. Pritzker said in a statement.

Nevada: Lawmakers Approve Measure to Regulate Cannabis Consumption Lounges

Members of the Nevada state legislature have given final approval to legislation seeking to regulate on-site cannabis consumption. The measure now heads to the desk of Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak, who is expected to sign the bill into law. Assembly Bill 341 would allow adults 21 and older to purchase and consume adult use cannabis products on-site at any licensed “cannabis consumption lounge.” The measure would regulate two different types cannabis consumption lounges. One group would be reserved for existing marijuana dispensary license holders who can then apply to operate an on-site cannabis consumption lounge. The other designation would be for new, independent businesses to apply for a license to operate an “independent cannabis consumption lounge” which is not attached to or adjacent to an existing retailer. The bill also provides for reduced license application fees for qualifying social equity applicants. Local governments can enact policies restricting access to cannabis consumption lounges under this bill. Alaska and Colorado have previously enacted legislation explicitly permitting social consumption sites for cannabis, and New York’s nascent adult-use law also regulates on-site facilities. Nevada lawmakers recently sent a slew of additional marijuana-related bill to the governor’s desk, including measures amending marijuana penalties for minors and rescinding per se driving thresholds for THC. Gov. Sisolak recently signed legislation into law permitting consumers to obtain cannabis products via curbside pickup.

Tennessee: Governor Signs Narrow Medical Marijuana Expansion Bill into Law

Republican Governor Bill Lee of Tennessee signed legislation into law, Senate Bill 118, which slightly expands the state’s limited low-THC medical cannabis access law. Under the new law, qualifying patients will be allowed to use and possess medical cannabis products containing no more than 0.9 percent THC. The law does not provide for in-state production of these products. The measure expands the list of qualifying medical conditions, which previously only included those with intractable epilepsy, to include those with Alzheimer’s disease; ALS; Cancer, when such disease is diagnosed as end stage or the treatment produces related wasting illness, recalcitrant nausea and vomiting, or pain; Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis; Epilepsy or seizures; Multiple sclerosis; Parkinson’s disease; Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS); and Sickle cell disease. The new law also establishes a nine member commission to study “federal and state laws regarding medical cannabis” and advise lawmakers on “legislation to establish an effective, patient-focused medical cannabis program in this state upon the rescheduling or descheduling of marijuana from Schedule I of the federal Controlled Substances.” The commission must issue a report to lawmakers by January 2022. The legislation makes it clear that a medical marijuana program may not operate in Tennessee until marijuana is “removed from Schedule I of the federal Controlled Substances Act.” The new law takes effect immediately.

Weekly Legislative Roundup 5/28/21

Welcome to the latest edition of NORML’s Weekly Legislative Roundup! The Nevada legislature sent multiple marijuana reform measures to the desk of Governor Steve Sisolak this week amending marijuana penalties for minors, rescinding per se driving thresholds for THC, and permitting consumers to obtain cannabis products via curbside pickup. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu (R) signed legislation into law expanding the pool of patients eligible for medical cannabis access. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz (D) signed legislation into law that includes provisions permitting registered medical cannabis patients who are 21 or older to access medical cannabis flower. The Colorado House approved a bill seeking to make unnecessary restrictions on medical cannabis access for doctors and young patients. Louisiana senators voted 62 to 34 to kill an adult use marijuana legalization bill on the Senate floor. Following are new legislative developments from the past week, and as always, check NORML’s Action Center for legislation pending in your state, and the NORML blog for regular updates. Don’t forget to sign up for the NORML email list, and we will keep you posted as these bills and more move through your home state legislature and U.S. Congress. Your Highness,Carly Actions to Take Federal House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, along with Cannabis Caucus co-Chairs Earl Blumenauer and Barbara Lee, and others re-introduced the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement Act of 2021, better known as The MORE Act. The Act repeals the long-standing federal prohibition of marijuana — thereby ending the existing state/federal conflict in cannabis policies and providing state governments with greater authority to regulate marijuana-related activities. Contact your lawmakers in support of The MORE Act now Colorado House Bill 1317 seeks to place undue limitations upon patients’ medical cannabis access. It provides overly burdensome requirements upon physicians issuing medical cannabis recommendations. For the first time ever, it requires physicians to create an explicit dosing regimen for patients. It also requires health care providers to conduct a “full assessment” of the patients’ “mental health history,” even in cases where patients have no pre-existing or underlying mental health issues. For those patients ages 18 to 20, it requires “two physicians from two different medical practices … to diagnose the patient as having a debilitating or disabling medical condition after an in-person consultation.” Update: HB 1317 was approved by the House Appropriations Committee on 5/25/21, then approved by the full House on 5/27, and then approved by the Senate Finance Committee on 5/28. CO resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in opposition to unreasonable restrictions Connecticut Backed by Governor Lamont, Senate Bill 888 would legalize and regulate adult use marijuana, allowing adults to legally possess up to 1.5 ounces of marijuana in public and up to five ounces at home. Update: SB 888 was approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee on 5/28/21, and will head to the Senate floor next, which would be as soon as next week. CT resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of legalization Louisiana Legislation is pending which seeks to reduce penalties for the low-level possession of marijuana. House Bill 652 would reduce the penalty for the possession of up to 14 grams of marijuana from up to 15 days in jail and a maximum $300 fine, to a $100 fine only. Update: HB 652 was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee on 5/25/21, and will head to the Senate floor next. LA resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of decriminalization Legislation is pending, House Bill 391, which would repeal the prohibition on physicians recommending medical marijuana for “inhalation” and in “raw or crude” form. It also allows dispensaries to dispense two and a half ounces of marijuana per 14 day period. Update: HB 391 was approved by the Senate on 5/27/21, and will now head back to the House for final approval of Senate amendments before it can be sent to the governor. LA resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of medical expansion Nevada Assembly Bill 400 would remove existing ‘per se’ limits for individuals who drive with certain detectable levels of THC in their body — regardless of whether they are behaviorally impaired. Update: AB 400 was approved by lawmakers, and now heads to the governor’s desk. NV resident? Send a message to your governor in support of repealing ‘per se’ limits Assembly Bill 158, which seeks to revise penalties imposed on minors caught in possession of marijuana for first-time offenders. Currently in the state of Nevada, minors caught with up to one ounce of marijuana face a fine of up to $1,000 and six months in the county jail. This bill would revise the current penalties to eliminate the possibility of jail time or a fine on the first offense. The penalty under this measure for a minor in possession of under one ounce of marijuana, or who falsely represents themselves to be 21 years of age or older to obtain cannabis, would be up to 24 hours of community service. Update: AB 158 was approved by lawmakers, and now heads to the governor’s desk. NV resident? Send a message to your governor in support of penalty reductions Assembly Bill 341 would allow for the licensure of businesses as “cannabis consumption lounges” that would permit cannabis to be consumed on-site. Update: AB 341 was approved by the House, and now heads to the Senate. NV resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of social consumption New Hampshire House Bill 605 would add “opioid use disorder” to the definition of qualifying medical condition. The measure also would allow out-of-state residents qualified in other jurisdictions to purchase therapeutic cannabis at New Hampshire dispensaries. Update: HB 605 was approved by the Senate, and will now head back to the House for final approval of Senate amendments before it can be sent to the governor. NH resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of medical expansion Pennsylvania House Bill 1024 seeks to make provisions enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic permanent. These include: Increased possession allowances and monthly maximum purchase limits from dispensaries to provide for less frequent visitsAllowing safe curbside pickup and telemedicine certifications for less-mobile patientsRemoving limitations on the amount of patients a caregiver may help Update: HB 1024 was approved by the House Health Committee on 5/24/21. PA resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of medical expansion Rhode Island Rep. Scott Slater (D) introduced a third adult use legalization proposal that would allow adults to possess and purchase up to one ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants for personal use. The measure also includes automatic expungement and social equity provisions. RI resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of legalization Texas House Bill 1535, authored by Rep. Stephanie Klick, seeks to expand the Texas Compassionate Use Program and qualify more patients for medical cannabis. Update: A substitute version of HB 1535 was approved by the Senate State Affairs Committee on 5/24/21. The substitute changes the proposed THC cap from 5 percent to 1 percent, removes chronic pain as a qualifying condition, and removes the ability for the review board to approve new qualifying conditions. The bill was then approved by the Senate and House on 5/28/21. The bill now heads to the governor’s desk. HB 2593 reduces the penalty for possession of up to two ounces of cannabis concentrate. Currently, possessing cannabis concentrate is a state jail felony, however with the passage of this bill it becomes a Class B misdemeanor. Update: HB 2593 has been sent to a conference committee to reconcile differences between House and Senate versions. The Senate amendment seeks to prohibit Delta-8 THC, whether it meets the definition of synthetically derived/controlled substance or not. If enacted, this would require all products contain no more than a total 0.3 percent tetrahydrocannabinol by dry weight. TX resident? Send a message to your lawmakers in support of removing unnecessary amendment from HB 2593

Louisiana: Senate Lawmakers Advance Measure to Repeal Ban on Medical Cannabis Flower

Members of the Louisiana state Senate approved legislation, House Bill 391, which would repeal the prohibition on physicians recommending medical marijuana for “inhalation” and in “raw or crude” form. The measure allows patients to purchase up to two and a half ounces of medical cannabis flower per 14 day period. HB 391 was approved by Senate lawmakers by a 23 to 14 vote. The measure will now go back to the House for final approval of Senate changes before it can head to the desk of Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards. Legislation was approved in 2019 that allows patients to inhale medical cannabis through a metered-dose inhaler, but still currently prohibits the inhalation of herbal, whole-plant cannabis. Separate legislation to remove jail time as a penalty for low-level marijuana possession offenses is headed to the Senate floor after approval by members of the Senate Judiciary C Committee on Tuesday. Governor Tim Walz (D) of Minnesota signed similar legislation into law legalizing medical cannabis flower earlier this week.

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