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Cannabis Regulatory Update: Hawaii, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Carolina

www.benzinga.com April 1, 2021
Cannabis Regulatory Update: Hawaii, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Carolina

Hawaii House Approves Proposal For Cannabis Exemption From DEA Hawaii lawmakers approved Wednesday a proposal that seeks an exemption from Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) regulations, asking that the state is allowed to manage its medical cannabis program without federal involvement, reported Marijuana Moment.

Independently, the state Senate voted for two resolutions that ask state officials to research the therapeutic advantages of magic mushrooms and form a plan that would enable adult patients to have access to the mushrooms.

Louisiana Residents Favor Cannabis Legalization Way back in 1978, Louisiana technically legalized medical cannabis.

And then, once again, in 1991.

It was, however, in 2015 that the state started to work on setting up legal medical cannabis cultivation and dispensary program.

Now, according to the newest JMC Analytics Poll for the Louisiana Association for Therapeutic Alternatives, support for adult-use cannabis legalization among the state residents has grown by 13% since the last year’s poll, reaching 67%.

What’s more, the percentage of the state’s residents who think that both medical and recreational cannabis should remain illegal dropped by 4%, standing now at 8%.

Nebraska Lawmakers Advance Medical Cannabis Bill, Move It For A Floor Vote Nebraska’s Legislative Judiciary Committee approved on Tuesday a medical cannabis legalization bill.

A floor vote is next, reported Ganjaprenuer.

The legislation contains changes centered on qualifying conditions for the program, narrowing the initial proposal.

The bill is sponsored by Senator Anna Wishart, who also sponsored a similar measure that passed the committee but failed on the Senate floor in 2019.


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