Biden: We Must Decriminalize Marijuana

US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he considers the legalization of marijuana possible. He said this at a meeting with voters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which was broadcast by ABC TV channel. ‚ÄúI¬†don‚Äôt¬†think¬†people¬†should¬†be¬†sent¬†to¬†jail¬†for¬†using¬†drugs.¬†These¬†people¬†should¬†be¬†sent¬†for¬†compulsory¬†treatment,¬†we¬†should¬†build¬†clinics¬†in¬†order¬†to¬†cure¬†these¬†people¬†of¬†drug¬†addiction.¬†We¬†should¬†decriminalize¬†marijuana¬†so¬†that¬†cases¬†related¬†to¬†this,¬†were¬†not¬†registered¬†as¬†people¬†and¬†when¬†detained¬†by¬†the¬†police,¬†a¬†person¬†could¬†say¬†that¬†he¬†had¬†no¬†criminal¬†history, “the¬†democrat¬†noted. As¬†you¬†know,¬†in¬†the¬†United¬†States,¬†possession¬†and¬†smoking¬†of¬†marijuana¬†are¬†prohibited¬†at¬†the¬†federal¬†level,¬†but¬†in¬†a¬†number¬†of¬†states,¬†its¬†use¬†is¬†allowed¬†for¬†recreational¬†purposes.

Nebraska Activists Already Print Medical Marijuana Petitions for 2022

Nebraska¬†activists¬†have¬†already¬†begun¬†printing¬†petitions¬†for¬†a¬†measure¬†to¬†put¬†medical¬†marijuana¬†on¬†the¬†state¬†ballot¬†in¬†2022.While¬†the¬†campaign¬†garnered¬†enough¬†signatures¬†to¬†qualify¬†a¬†reform¬†initiative¬†this¬†year,¬†the¬†state¬†Supreme¬†Court¬†closed¬†it¬†after¬†a¬†trial.¬†He¬†determined¬†that¬†the¬†measure¬†violated¬†the¬†state’s¬†single¬†entity¬†rule,¬†much¬†to¬†the¬†dismay¬†of¬†defenders.The¬†secretary¬†of¬†state’s¬†office¬†rejected¬†an¬†argument¬†that¬†was¬†filed¬†by¬†the¬†local¬†sheriff,¬†but¬†after¬†the¬†case¬†went¬†to¬†court,¬†a¬†majority¬†of¬†the¬†judges¬†ultimately¬†ruled¬†that¬†the¬†proposal¬†would¬†be¬†withdrawn¬†from¬†the¬†vote.There¬†are¬†no¬†regulatory¬†details¬†about¬†the¬†structure¬†of¬†what¬†might¬†be¬†a¬†legal¬†market¬†for¬†medical¬†cannabis,¬†although¬†activists¬†have¬†said¬†they¬†could¬†file¬†separate¬†measures¬†with¬†these¬†details.¬†They¬†announced¬†for¬†the¬†first¬†time¬†last¬†month¬†that¬†they¬†plan¬†to¬†submit¬†a¬†new¬†medical¬†cannabis¬†vote¬†initiative¬†for¬†2022.Be¬†that¬†as¬†it¬†may,¬†last¬†year¬†the¬†Nebraska¬†attorney¬†general¬†warned¬†that¬†efforts¬†for¬†¬†medical¬†marijuana¬†legalization¬†in¬†the¬†state¬†would¬†be¬†prevented¬†by¬†federal¬†law¬†and¬†“therefore¬†unconstitutional.”

Montana Supreme Court Rejects Lawsuit Against Marijuana Legalization Initiative

The Montana Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit to invalidate the marijuana legalization initiative that will appear on the state’s November ballot papers. A few weeks before the election, opponents petitioned the court to overturn the measure, arguing that because it is related to the allocation of funds, it violates state law on citizens’ …

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Adult People Use More Cannabis

A study published in April found that the number of Americans starting from age of 65, who use marijuana or enjoy other CBD products, expanded by 75% in recent years. Now, new research by the University of San Diego, California states, that more seniors use cannabis to treat the host. general eealth conditions. According to the Journal of the American Geriatric Society research based on 568 patients surveyed, 15% had used cannabis in the past three years, with half of the users reporting that they used it regularly and mainly for medical purposes. The researchers also found that 61% of cannabis patients started taking cannabis only after age 60.Given the increased availability of CBD-only products, which are non-psychoactive cannabinoids as opposed to THC-containing products, the researchers said they expect more seniors to turn to cannabis or CBD-based supplies.