Impasse still in place, two months after voters overwhelmingly approved recreational use of marijuana by adults
The fate of legislation to legalize marijuana — scheduled for a vote in the Legislature Monday — is uncertain once again. In a Friday caucus ...
Two months after voters gave their signoff, governor cites ‘drafting error’ in long-delayed bills as reason for withholding his signature
Target Jan. 1 deadline will go unmet as governor, lawmakers sort out penalties for minors busted for pot
State Lawmakers finally voted Thursday to decriminalize, tax and license marijuana for adult use.
Measures approved after heated debate, but advocates say more needs to be done on community ‘impact zones,’ expungement, social justice and license caps
Warning: marijuana legalization legislation may lead to long-term political conflicts and chronic delays
Senate president pushes for constitutional amendment directing portion of cannabis tax to communities most hurt by criminalization
Last-minute amendments to legislation seemed set, but no consensus for Senate and Assembly
Some legislators argue adding psilocybin to bill blunts primary purpose: to ease unfair impact of current pot laws on Black and brown communities
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