After successful pushes for marijuana reform in Alaska, District of Columbia and Oregon - plus NYC's new rules - movements in a whole new slew of states are mobilizing quickly to be ready for the next election.
It's a resounding victory lap as recreational and medical marijuana laws pass in Alaska, Oregon and Washington, D.C. during the 2014 midterm elections. Now, it's a waiting game until they can legally toke.
Here’s a fun fact from the 2014 election: More Floridians voted for medical marijuana Amendment 2 (which lost) than voted for incumbent Governor Rick Scott (who won).
When you’ve been involved in the medical cannabis movement for as long as I have—almost 40 years—you collect an amazing wellspring of knowledge that is very useful, particularly when it comes to recognizing the small nuances and events that signal change...
As Floridians prepare to vote on their state’s medical marijuana initiative on November 4th, the support landscape is shifting almost too rapidly to follow.