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Enenajor believes, however, that a fundamental injustice has in fact occurred as a result of the legacy of cannabis prohibition in Canada.
Gina Raimondo says that her state might be effectively pressured into ending cannabis prohibition by neighboring states.
Cannabis-focused venture capital firm WelCan Capital has announced the launch of the first impact investment fund focused on bolstering the cannabis industry and addressing the challenges and injustices stemming from cannabis prohibition, the company said.
We respect and covet the constitution." The beginning of the end of the cannabis prohibition began in 2012 when voters in Colorado and Washington said yes to its legalization and regulation.
The renewed enforcement of federal cannabis prohibition could reduce revenues in the eight legal states, but would not materially affect their credit positions.
The move comes shortly after Attorney General Jeff Sessions repealed the Cole memo in early January, which had deprioritized most enforcement of cannabis prohibition, unless activity met certain criteria.
Yes, New Year's will be a day of celebration for many, including tech billionaire Sean Parker, who helped bankroll the Proposition 64 campaign to end cannabis prohibition in the sixth-largest economy in the world.
If you talk with police--away from cameras and microphones--they will tell you that enforcement of cannabis prohibition is not a good use of their time and resources.
Enforcing cannabis prohibition is expensive, with estimates putting the cost at around PS500million a year.
Our involvement in cannabis journalism started when we took off in a red Beetle in 2010 to report for our book, "A New Leaf: The End of Cannabis Prohibition" (The New Press, 2014).