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A new market study, titled "Discover Global Legalized Cannabis Market By Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges" has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
But it's still very early for many of these states that have legalized recreational marijuana.
An Associated Press review of all sports gambling bills introduced this year -- more than 100 so far -- found high interest among lawmakers, but also many questions about how legalized sports betting would be handled.
Oregon approved legalized recreational marijuana in November 2014, and sales started in October 2015.
Ndii responding to a story done by local media on August 2 of the police intercepting 17kgs of bhang at the Suam border, a crossing between Kenya and Uganda said the plant should be legalized.
Possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized in 21 states (with recreational use legal in nine states and Washington, D.C.) and, over the past two decades, 20 states have legalized medical marijuana.
Annual combined state/local/federal tax revenue if sports betting were legalized nationwide $8.4bn
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor said earlier this year that marijuana would only go on sale a few months after it was legalized because the new retail system needs time to start working properly.
Employers are facing a real quandary: Should they stop testing job applicants for marijuana use now that more states have legalized it for medicinal or recreational purposes and popular acceptance of the substance has spread?
The Trump administration has rescinded an Obama-era policy that discouraged federal prosecutors from pursuing charges against marijuana users in states that have legalized the drug.
In recent years, 14 states have legalized CBD oil for certain medical conditions while 23 other states and the District of Columbia have laws allowing broader medical marijuana use.
A singularly clumsy argument advanced by The Times of India (in its aforementioned editorial) is that because a social problem cannot be "controlled" by a Government, therefore it should be "legalized." It cites the example of prohibition.