Maryland Governor Pardons over 175,000 Low-Level Marijuana Convictions

Maryland’s governor issued pardons for more than 175,000 marijuana convictions Monday – a significant act of mass clemency that reflects the rapidly changing attitudes toward a drug that an increasing number of Americans want to see legalized. The pardons by Gov. Wes Moore, a Democrat, will forgive low-level marijuana possession and certain paraphernalia charges for […]

White House Opposes Bill To Stop Testing Military Recruits For Marijuana

In a recent statement of administration policy, the White House has expressed its opposition to a proposal within the 2025 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that seeks to prevent military branches from testing for marijuana as a condition for enlistment or commissioning. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the statement on Tuesday, highlighting […]

White House Opposes Bill To Stop Testing Military Recruits For Marijuana

In a recent statement of administration policy, the White House has expressed its opposition to a proposal within the 2025 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that seeks to prevent military branches from testing for marijuana as a condition for enlistment or commissioning. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the statement on Tuesday, highlighting […]

Japan Moves Ahead With Cannabis Reform, First Real Steps For Legalization On The Island Nation

Japan has officially commenced a public comment period for its landmark cannabis reform bill, offering a detailed glimpse into the future of its nascent cannabis industry. Announced on May 30, the government is now accepting input from interested parties on five key measures of the new legislation. Most notably, the preliminary proposals indicate that Japan […]

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