Legalizing adult-use marijuana benefited Colorado, could help Connecticut: Op-ed

Legalizing marijuana wouldn’t lead to more use, but it would bring the state’s current illicit market aboveboard, allowing it to be regulated and taxed. Connecticut Office of Fiscal Management.

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Connecticut could find itself a late arrival to the legalization party. With more states looking at allowing marijuana for recreational use, some local experts are concerned that Connecticut will.

Pros of Legalizing Marijuana. 1. First, and most importantly, the universal legalization of marijuana will make it easier for many patients to obtain marijuana for medicinal purposes in the US. Patients who live in states where medical marijuana is not even legal will be allowed to try a treatment option that might ease their pain and suffering.

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And we wouldn’t have the marijuana legalization we have today if it wasn’t for a group of activists who helped spark the legal marijuana movement amid an AIDS epidemic that wreaked havoc among LGBTQ and communities of color across the United States in the 1980s and ’90s.

Op-Ed: Decriminalize Marijuana, Don’t Legalize. Published on January 26, the "social justice" benefits that some have claimed will follow legalization are questionable.. look at the influx of people seeking marijuana to Colorado following legalization there, and all of the.

Op-ed: Legalizing adult-use marijuana benefited Colorado, If approved by a simple majority in the 2020 legislature, then voted again by the subsequent General Assembly after that year’s election, it could get on the 2022 statewide ballot.

In this report, New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer provides an estimate of the fiscal impact of legalizing adult-use marijuana sales in New York. This report estimates the legal, adult-use marijuana market at some $3.1 billion per year in New York State, about $1.1 billion of that in New York City.

a majority of the United States will have adult-use legal cannabis," predicts Graham Boyd, a cannabis political fundraiser who now runs the marijuana-focused New Approach PAC, via Rolling Stone. "And.

Life After Legalization: Colorado Business Outlook; Marijuana Tax Revenue in States that Regulate Marijuana for Adult Use; Breakdown of Taxes in Adult-Use States; Breakdown of Application, Licensing, and Renewal Fees in Adult-Use States; Financial Impact of Legalizing and Regulating Cannabis for Adult Use; 5. Federal Policy. State Marijuana.