Graphic by: Julia Meyer. In June 2021, Connecticut legalized adult-use cannabis. Since then, adults 21 and older have been able to legally possess 1.5 oz of cannabis. While residents are able to possess certain amounts of cannabis for recreational use, they cannot buy it. Retail sales will likely not be available until at least the end of 2022, according to the … [Read more...] about Connecticut’s new Adult-use Recreational Cannabis Market: What to Expect
New York and New Jersey Approve Recreational Weed, but Many Cities are Opting out of Retail Sales
Despite legalization, many cities in New York and New Jersey are opting out of retail sales. Photo credit: Twenty20photos. After years of breaking through century-long stigma and outdated laws, the states of New York and New Jersey finally gained rights to recreational cannabis. As this was a victory for both states, it is only the beginning for cannabis. Retail is the … [Read more...] about New York and New Jersey Approve Recreational Weed, but Many Cities are Opting out of Retail Sales
California Lifts Hemp Retail Ban, but why did it Take so Long?
California officials agree to left restrictions on the retail sale of hemp products. Photo credit: LightFieldStudios. After years of anticipation, November of 2016 became a historical month for thousands of weed enthusiasts across the Golden State. It's the year that voters approved Proposition 64 or the Control, Regulate, and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA). In other … [Read more...] about California Lifts Hemp Retail Ban, but why did it Take so Long?