In a rebuke to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the House Appropriations Committee voted to protect medical marijuana patients & providers from federal prosecutions. The amendment to the 2019 budget bill would prevent the prosecution of medical marijuana providers, so long… Read More ›
In a bold rebuke to Republican governor Larry Hogan, the General Assembly overrode his veto and decriminalized public smoking of marijuana. The maximum penalty has been reduced from a criminal misdemeanor to a civil fine of up to $500. The… Read More ›
When Maryland medical cannabis arrives in 2016, it’s going to be pure. New regulations require testing for heavy metal and biological contaminants.
http://www.wmdt.com/life/pet-premier/bill-would-let-sick-pets-use-cannabis-in-nevada/31863354 If a bill now pending before the Nevada legislature become law, Fido might be chill. Democratic Senator Tick Segerblom sponsored a measure that would allow animal owners to get marijuana for their pet if a veterinarian certifies the animal has an… Read More ›
This is not the Onion and its not April 1, but…. “DEA warns of plague of stoned rabbits if Utah passes medical marijuana” http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/03/02/dea-warns-of-stoned-rabbits-if-utah-passes-medical-marijuana/
Yahoo! Montgomery Co. State’s Atty Offering $100 Fines NOW for #marijuana or #paraphernalia ahead of Oct 1 #decrim
In a policy shift ahead of October marijuana decrim, the State’s Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland is offering an immediate dismissal and $100 fine for possession of marijuana or paraphernalia.
HISTORIC: Maryland House of Delegates passes decriminalization of pot 78-to-55. Bill goes to Governor Monday
HISTORIC: Maryland House of Delegates passes decriminalization of pot 78-to-55. Bill will go to Gov. O’Malley on Monday. Up to 10 grams will be a civil fine – no arrest and no prosecution. Last month’s vote to decriminalize in DC… Read More ›