Federal Cannabis Legalization News – September 2020 – Cannabis News Roundup
Jimmy Carter’s son definitely smoked weed at the White House.
Seth Rogen wants you to smoke weed and watch movies to get through COVID-19.
Illinois seriously messes up their dispensary awarding process.
Mississippi, Arizona, South Dakota, and Montana to vote on cannabis policy this election.
Nebraska comes close to voting on medical marijuana but semantics get in the way.
And much more cannabis news from September 2020.
Footnotes (Headlines to Google):
President Carter Talks About His Son Smoking Marijuana At The White House With Willie Nelson 1 in 20 older Americans say they regularly smoke marijuana: survey 81% of Mississippians support medical marijuana, survey finds Seth Rogen’s Advice On Ending COVID: ‘Smoke Weed And Watch Movies’ Police Raid Oakland Church; Seize Marijuana, Magic Mushrooms GOP Congressman Will Vote Yes On Marijuana Legalization Bill Despite ‘Reparations’ Concerns Nebraska ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana challenged in court Finalist for marijuana dispensary licenses also works for firm that graded applications Iowa Officials To Seek Federal Marijuana Exemption From DEA Navy Explains Why It Banned Hemp Shampoos And Lotions For Sailors Mississippi heads for potentially close November vote on medical cannabis legalization Fewer Banks Working With Marijuana Business Clients Amid Coronavirus, New Federal Report Shows Kamala Harris Pledged a Joe Biden Administration Would Decriminalize Marijuana Congressional Lawmakers Ask Supreme Court To Hear Marijuana Lawsuit Against DEA Nebraska medical marijuana supporters to try, try again Marijuana Revenue Would Be Stripped From Seattle-Area Sheriff’s Department Under New Budget Proposal November Elections: States Voting on Cannabis Legalization New Poll Shows Arizona Voters Indifferent On Prop 207, Recreational Cannabis Legalization New Jersey Governor Works To Get Out The Vote For Marijuana Legalization Referendum Lt. Gov. John Fetterman talks about legalizing recreational marijuana, calling it ‘the right side of history’
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