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5 states that are most likely to legalize cannabis in 2019

U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions has stated that he is planning to control the legalization process to disrupt criminal organization, reduce growing drug crisis, and suppress violent crime across America. Read More at: https://www.onlinemedicalcard.com/blog/5-states-that-are-most-likely-to-legalize-cannabis-in-2019

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5 states that are most likely to legalize cannabis in 2019

  1. 1. Marijuana legalization could be up for approval in at least a dozen states in the United States this legislative session. But pro-legalization bills are still pending and advocates are waiting for the legislators to return from their holiday break to finalize signature count. Prepared by: Online Medical Card
  2. 2. U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions has stated that he is planning to control the legalization process to disrupt criminal organization, reduce growing drug crisis, and suppress violent crime across America. Read along to learn more… Prepared by: Online Medical Card
  3. 3. Prepared by: Online Medical Card VERMONT HAS POSED A NEW WAY FOR LEGALIZATION Vermont has already made history by becoming the first state to legalize recreational marijuana at the legislative level. In fact, the bill to legalize up to one ounce of weed and the possession of up to six plants is almost finalized, and will probably get the approval.
  4. 4. Prepared by: Online Medical Card WITH CHRISTIE OUT, WEED COULD NOW ENTER NEW JERSEY Or at least it is looking that way. Its new governor is a Democrat and has a mission of making recreational marijuana a reality. So, it is possible that he signs off on a legalizing bill. Democratic Assembly member, Reed Gusciora plans to introduce a bill through the state legislature by early February. After passing the bill, residents of New Jersey can possess up to an ounce of cannabis and up to three mature marijuana plants.
  5. 5. Prepared by: Online Medical Card MICHIGAN WITH OLD-SCHOOLED BALLOT INITIATIVE While New Jersey and Vermont are taking marijuana legalization in quite a bold way, Michigan is still sticking to the tried-and-true ballot initiative method that has brought recreational cannabis in Massachusetts, California, and seven other states.
  6. 6. Prepared by: Online Medical Card VIRGINIA Although, Virginia failed to pass two bills in 2017 as some lawmakers suggested that more research be done before legalizing cannabis. But, things now are picking up. Ralph Northam, the new governor of Virginia has made a strong call for the state to ratify cannabis plants. A Democratic Senator has filed a decriminalization bill to trade out criminal proceeding for a $50 fine for first time offenders and a maximum of $250 fine for violations.
  7. 7. Prepared by: Online Medical Card OKLAHOMA COULD MAKE MEDICAL MARIJUANA A REALITY More than 20 states still lack medical marijuana laws, but Oklahoma could be on its way to legalizing cannabis. It is possible that there is a vote during the primary elections in June 2019 in compliance with an approved petition submitted in 2016.
  8. 8. Prepared by: Online Medical Card READ FULL POST 5 STATES THAT ARE MOST LIKELY TO LEGALIZE CANNABIS IN 2019

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