The subject of cannabis legalization in Malta (population 516,000 as of 2021 census data) is a long-suffering subject much like in the rest of the world. The essence of the argument is simple. The criminalization of cannabis possession and usage is the proximate cause of criminal proliferation and distribution. Why? Simple; cannabis cultivation is trivial...
A few weeks ago, California lawmakers quietly introduced SB-1326, a bill that would amend the Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) to legalize interstate cannabis sales, notwithstanding the status of federal law. Specifically, SB-1326 would authorize the Governor to enter into an agreement with other states authorizing medicinal or adult-use commercial cannabis
New York continues to crack down on unlicensed cannabis sales masquerading as “gifts” or “membership fees.” The Office of Cannabis Management (OCM) sent cease and desist letters a few weeks ago, which threatened substantial fines, possible criminal penalties, and “put[ting] your ability to obtain a license in the legal cannabis market at substantial risk.” Of
Delegate Jeffrey L. Campbell said moments before the vote began that he found it hard to accept that now was the right time for cannabis sales to start in Virginia. He explained that he dissected every aspect of the bill over the weekend, trying to figure out if the pros of approving the bill were worth it. He concluded by saying that the problem on the ground has to be gradually solved. He believes the issue is too complicated to be rushed through in less than a month.