The struggle to smoke freely in homes within medical and recreational marijuana approved states remain due to fears of federal property laws that can end in lost money (and property) for liberal landlords.
What’s holding you back from moving to a state where the possibility of arrest for smoking pot doesn’t exist?
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).
With 56 of 58 precincts reporting as of press time, the US island territory of Guam has passed Proposal 14A, a medical marijuana law referred by the legislature to voters. The vote stands at 18,674 YES to 14,453 NO for passage by 56.4 percent of Guam voters. ...
When the Compassionate Care Act was passed this summer by New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo to legalize medical marijuana, it included language that cannabis workers would be required to organize under a union.