What You Can Expect to Learn About Marijuana Legalization
14 new states have made smoking Marijuana legal! If you do not find these statistics interesting, please dump a glass of cold water on yourself and re-read, thank you! So why the sudden change of heart about Marijuana? Why has this plant reached from a state level fad, into a country wide phenomenon.
We are here to inform you on any rules and regulations that are brought forth with Marijuana. If you live in one of the 14 states that just legalized the herb, you may want to tune in. A majority of people do not understand the rule and regulations even with the herb being legal – it’s time to learn what you can and cannot do with that dank!
If there are any new regulations by certain states that come out we will inform you on that matter as well. Because there is Legality of Cannabis By U.S. Jurisdiction, we will go over state vs. federal regulations.
Lastly – and maybe most important – we will cover the ways to handle marijuana situations, legally.
Why Should Marijuana Legalization Matter to you
This silo is important because with marijuana becoming legal in a few more states, you should know your rights.
How Legalized Weed Connects to Our Mission
Legal advice is crucial overall message because we like to think we are targeting young business professionals, that like to toke. We know that this industry will only evolve if it becomes legal everywhere.
It is proven that the states that have made marijuana legal have been economically blessed over the last few years. With more states getting involved and going green, it will only benefit our country.
Who You Need to Know
NORML supports the adoption of a legally controlled market for marijuana, where consumers can buy marijuana for personal use from a safe legal source. In addition, NORML supports the removal of all penalties for the private possession and responsible use of marijuana by adults, including cultivation for personal use, and casual nonprofit transfers of small amounts. This policy, known as decriminalization, removes the consumer — the marijuana smoker — from the criminal justice system.