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Economic Report Shows Potential For Badly Needed Revenue if Vermont Lawmakers Finalize Passage of Bill to Regulate and Tax Cannabis

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, August 5, 2020 Analysis suggests that S. 54 will likely generate more revenue than previously anticipated โ€” if  legislators decide they want to begin sales in 2021, the state could generate over $175 million in cannabis taxes through 2025 Montpelier, VT โ€” On Wednesday, advocates forโ€ฆ
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U.S. House of Representatives Approves Cannabis Banking Reform in Larger COVID-19 Relief Package

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, May 15, 2020 Washington, D.C. โ€” On Friday evening, lawmakers in the United States House of Representatives passed additional coronavirus relief legislation to provide continued economic and government support to the country. The Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act includes theโ€ฆ
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Law Enforcement Officials, Medical Professionals, Clergy, and Cannabis Advocates Call for the Cease of Cannabis Arrests and Release of Incarcerated Cannabis Offenders in Light of COVID-19

Washington, D.C. โ€” The Marijuana Policy Project and other organizations are urging law enforcement officials to dramatically curtail arrests for non-violent crimes, including ceasing arrests for cannabis offenses. In addition to curtailing arrests, the organizations are calling for officials to release or grant clemency to those incarcerated forโ€ฆ
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NEVADA UPDATE: ALL DISPENSARIES ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

Per the Declaration of Emergency issued today by Governor Steve Sisolak, ALL cannabis retail stores and medical dispensaries MUST be shut down to public consumers by MIDNIGHT tonight, March 20, 2020. All cannabis sales moving forward will only be facilitated through delivery services. CURBSIDE PICKUP WILLย NOTย BE PERMITTED. Cultivationโ€ฆ
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