SD lawmakers advance legalization bill; NYC subway bans marijuana & psilocybin ads; DC farmers market cannabis amendment
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Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), who filed a federal marijuana legalization bill in Congress this week, said she personally used cannabis to treat depression after being raped.
The South Dakota legislature’s Executive Board—led by the House speaker and Senate president pro tempore—unanimously approved a recommendation that a marijuana legalization bill be taken up in the 2022 session.
New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority banned marijuana—and psychedelic mushroom—ads on subways, buses and trains.
Washington, D.C. activists are proposing an amendment to a marijuana legalization bill being heard by the District Council on Friday that, if adopted, would allow small entrepreneurs to sell cannabis at farmers markets.
There are divides on recreational marijuana legalization within traditional Democratic and Republican partisan coalitions, a new Pew Research Center analysis shows. Still, there’s broad consensus across the ideological spectrum that medical cannabis should be legal.