The state of Michigan is sending nearly $10 million in marijuana revenue back to local governments.
Municipalities and counties get about $28,000 for every cannabis retailer or microbusiness in their jurisdiction.
Connecticut Polls Shows Majority Support For Marijuana Legalization And Expungements As Lawmakers Consider Reform: “Residents continue to demonstrate strong support for legalizing recreational marijuana." https://t.co/FXZf85b7kU
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NEW POLL finds that 66% of Connecticut adults support legalizing marijuana as the governor and lawmakers step up the push to enact the reform this year.
The survey also shows broad backing for expunging prior cannabis records.
"It's important to note a law wouldn't require doctors to prescribe medical marijuana law; it would simply give them the option. In treating South Carolinians suffering from painful or debilitating conditions, doctors should have that option."
Michigan Sends $10 Million In Marijuana Revenue Back To Local Governments: “Infusing over $28,000 per retailer & microbusiness into...budgets across the state is very impactful & shows how strong & successful the industry is becoming.” https://t.co/Yu8EyHDz1W
In the recently published questions for the record (QFRs) to Judge Merrick Garland from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, multiple inquiries were asked and answered pertaining to the federal prohibition and criminalization of #cannabis.