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The Marijuana Data Collection Act Reintroduced

NORML

Today, the bipartisan Marijuana Data Collection Act was introduced, led by Senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Rand Paul (R-KY) and U.S. The post The Marijuana Data Collection Act Reintroduced appeared first on NORML. Sylvia Garcia (D-TX) and Don Young (R-AK).

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UN Report: Drug Policies Should Protect Human Rights, Reduce Harm

Veriheal

Active research was carried out on the effects of these drug policies on society and the results, in these reports, have led the United Nations to consider a favorable revision of drug policies in order to protect human rights. 2023 World UN World Drug Report The 2023 World Drug Report urges the development of effective drug policies.

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Cannabis Businesses Need Privacy Policies

Canna Law Blog

It’s 2023 and many cannabis businesses are still missing one critical operating document: a privacy policy. To start, California has required privacy policies for a very long time (well, “long” at least in terms of the Internet). One of the myriad requirements that CCPA imposed was to have a privacy policy.

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Cannabis Businesses Need Privacy Policies

Canna Law Blog

It’s 2023 and many cannabis businesses are still missing one critical operating document: a privacy policy. To start, California has required privacy policies for a very long time (well, “long” at least in terms of the Internet). One of the myriad requirements that CCPA imposed was to have a privacy policy.

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Grassroots Activism and Marijuana Policy: A Winning Combination

NORML

Regardless of the policy you’re advocating for (e.g., you’ll find an extensive collection of recent studies and fact-based information that will reinforce your position in NORML’s Online Library. Marijuana policy should be evidence based. adult-use, patient access, decriminalization etc.)

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States Collect $3.7 Billion In Recreational Cannabis Tax Revenue In 2021 Says MPP Report

Cannabis Law Report

States that have legalized marijuana for adult use collectively generated more than $3.7 billion in tax revenue from recreational cannabis sales in 2021, a report from the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) that was released on Wednesday found. States Collected More Than $3.7 Marijuana Moment Report Thus. FULL REPORT : [link].

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What Is the MORE Act, and How Could It Change Marijuana Policy Forever?

NORML

The excise taxes collected would go toward regulatory oversight, funding expungements and resentencing procedures, and researching how legal cannabis will affect the population at large. If the bill removes cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act, why do new immigration policies need to be clarified by law?

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