Joe Biden pledged to decriminalize cannabis use – now he’s issued pardons for people convicted at the national level of possessing small amounts of marijuana. There’s just one problem… no-one is actually in federal prison solely for possession of marijuana #marijuana #drugs #biden References ————————————————————————————————————————– FOLLOW and WATCH me LIVE weekdays on
Biden’s shift on marijuana reflects the changing national view on marijuana. In 2021, 68% of Americans supported marijuana legalization. Fifty years earlier, just 16% did. Marijuana is now fully legal in 19 states including California and New York, and legal in certain cases in an additional 20. » Subscribe to No Labels: No Labels
Vice President Kamala Harris discusses the next steps for pardoning marijuana possession, explains how American lives can change if Democrats have the majority in the Senate and urges people to vote in the upcoming midterm elections. Late Night with Seth Meyers. Stream now on Peacock: Subscribe to Late Night: Watch Late Night with
Cato Institute senior fellow Dr. Jeffrey Singer weighs in on President Biden’s decision to pardon all prior federal offenses of simple marijuana possession on ‘Kennedy.’ #foxbusiness #kennedy Subscribe to Fox Business! Watch more Fox Business Video: Watch Fox Business Network Live: FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news channel delivering real-time
President Joe Biden has announced a pardon of all prior federal offenses of simple marijuana possession. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks. Watch TYT LIVE on weekdays 6-8 pm ET. Read more HERE: “President Joe Biden has announced a pardon of all prior federal offenses of simple possession of
The president is urging state governors to follow his lead, but one prosecutor with the Madison County District Attorney’s office says the move could present more issues than it solves. News 19 is North Alabama’s News Leader! We are the CBS affiliate in North Alabama and the Tennessee Valley since November 28, 1963.
Criminal defense attorney Alison Triessl explains who will be included in President Biden’s federal marijuana conviction pardon and how the move could signal a shift in nationwide drug laws. This segment aired on KTLA Weekend Morning News on Oct. 9, 2022. » Subscribe to KTLA: KTLA has been keeping Southern Californians informed since 1947.
#Cannabis #marijuana #yahoofinance Stifel Cannabis Analyst Andrew Carter joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Dave Smith to discuss the implications of President Biden’s marijuana possession pardons and what it means for cannabis stocks and the future of legalization. Don’t Miss: Valley of Hype: The Culture That Built Elizabeth Holmes WATCH HERE: Subscribe to Yahoo Finance:
Ahead of next month’s mid-term elections, President Joe Biden says he’ll pardon thousands of Americans convicted of simple possession of marijuana under federal law. Former Dallas County prosecutor and current criminal defense attorney Messina Madson joined Good Day to talk more about what that means and what could change. Read more: Subscribe to FOX
In November, Maryland voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana. Marijuana Justice Executive Director Chelsea Higgs Wise tells FOX 5 the push to legalize the herb needs to be dealt with under the context of racial equity. ——————————————————————— STAY CONNECTED AND STAY AHEAD WITH FOX 5 DC Subscribe to FOX 5 DC on YouTube
Australians nationwide will be able to legally grow and smoke cannabis by the end of next year if a new bill by the Greens passes federal parliament. Senator David Shoebridge joins us to discuss Subscribe now for more! Check out our home on 10play: Start your day with a dose of sunshine 🌞
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The Canadian federal government announced on Thursday that an independent panel of experts would be reviewing the impact of the country’s cannabis legalization on public health, youth consumption, and Indigenous persons and communities. Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said the review was being broadened, however, to examine whether legal cannabis has also made progress in displacing
As the November election drew closer, experts weighed in on the impact legalizing recreational uses of marijuana could have on the state. Political Analyst John Dedie predicts legalization could lead to a big uptick in tax revenue for the state. He believed that was a major reason many people support it. Read more —-
With a major push from the Greens to legalise cannabis in Australia, a bill is on the cusp of being introduced to parliament after constitutional lawyers confirmed the Commonwealth has the power to make the drug legal across the country. Subscribe and 🔔: | Get more breaking news at ►9News Lunch Podcast
New law could protect off-the-clock cannabis use Gov. Gavin Newsom has until the end of September to decide whether to sign Assembly Bill 2188 into law. Subscribe at: Find ABC10 online: Sign up for our newsletter: Stream ABC10 on Roku: Stream ABC10 on Amazon Fire: Stream ABC10 on AppleTV: