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Safe Streets Alliance et al. v. John Hickenlooper, et al. – Good News, Bad News

A ruling issued on June 7th by the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, in response to a series of legal challenges to Colorado’s adult cannabis use regulations, includes both good news and bad news. The Good News Most importantly for the legalization movement nationwide, the appeals court rejected the argument raised by … Continue reading »

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Support The Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act (SAFE Banking Act)

A bipartisan coalition of more than two dozen co-sponsors have introduced legislation in Congress, The Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act (SAFE Banking Act), HR 2215, to allow state-licensed marijuana-related businesses to engage freely in relationships with banks and other financial institutions. If enacted, banks would no longer face the threat of federal sanction for … Continue reading »

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Kansas: House Committee Fails To Act On Safe Access Act

Members of the House Committee on Health and Human Services failed to consider House Bill 2691, the Kansas Safe Access Act, this legislative session.  The legislation sought to provide for the legal use of cannabis for medical conditions. The measure would have registered compassion centers, authorized the issuance of identification cards, and established a compassion board. … Continue reading »

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Rhode Island: Measure to Expand Safe Access to Medical Marijuana Held For Further Study

Legislation was pending, H 7808, to double the number of state licensed medical marijuana dispensaries from three to six. Doing so would have increased safe access facilities for Rhode Island’s estimated 12,000 state-qualified medical marijuana patients. While state law permits for the home cultivation of cannabis, many patients are too ill to grow their own … Continue reading »

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