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A bill in Montana's legislature adding post-traumatic stress to that state's medical cannabis list of debilitating conditions passed without opposition.
Beginning on July 1, 2015, Measure 91 will legalize the possession, private use, and cultivation of marijuana by adults 21 and older. It also requires the liquor commission to license and regulate four types of marijuana businesses to produce, process, wholesale, and sell marijuana for adults’ use. For more information, please see our summary of the new law. [Marijuana Policy Project: Oregon]Lawmakers in North Dakota are considering House Bill 1430 that would allow people with debilitating medical conditions such as cancer, glaucoma, HIV or post-traumatic stress to receive a prescription for cannabis, up to 2.5 ounces in processed form or up to six plants.
According to Huffington Post, Vermont could legalize cannabis with Senate Bill 95 submitted Tuesday. If passed the bill would legalize the possession, use and sale for those 21 and older.
Adult residents could possess up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up to nine plants (two mature, seven immature) for personal use, including any additional marijuana produced by those plants. Personal cultivation would be limited to secure indoor facilities.
69% of NC now in favor of legalizing medicinal cannabis, a 6% increase each year since ’13 - @ppppolls http://t.co/uAPkgqxfD6 #ncpol #ncga
— Sean (@RavenRavinoff) February 16, 2015
In Minneapolis, Minnesota "blacks" are 11.5 times more likely than "whites" to get arrested for for pot possession. #Ferguson
— arman walker (@armanwalker) February 8, 2015
If you are a potential medical cannabis patient in MN, including pain patients, MinnMed wants to hear from you! https://t.co/4ZTWieyZji
— MN Cannabis (@mncannabis) February 14, 2015
First #Cannabis Social Club Opened in #RhodeIsland - http://t.co/4MgMZ2SwtX pic.twitter.com/yj1wnSYMdl
— Marijuana News (@WeedFeed) February 17, 2015
Northern Cheyenne Tribe hears the green side of marijuana debate. http://t.co/Euo2ojnVZ5 pic.twitter.com/71nyZJNusb
— KPAX Missoula News (@kpaxnews) February 17, 2015
Group launches campaign to legalize marijuana in New Jersey. http://t.co/7xYg9LZ4Fe via @WSJ #marijuana #cannabis pic.twitter.com/T3IxvTUaAn
— MME (@THEMMEXCHANGE) February 18, 2015