VA elections could determine marijuana law’s fate; New federal hemp bill coming; Santa Cruz removes peyote from psychedelics decrim
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Nebraska activists unveiled the text of two medical cannabis initiatives they hope to qualify for the 2022 ballot.
Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) said she’ll soon introduce a new bill called the Hemp Advancement Act that would end the ban on hemp licensing for people with felony drug convictions and ease potency and testing restrictions for the legal industry.
There’s not a marijuana referendum on Virginia’s ballot next month, but advocates say the fate of legalization—which is subject to reenactment in the 2022 session—will be