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What's next as Connecticut looks ahead toward legal cannabis

Connecticut is poised to become the 19th state to legalize adult, recreational use of cannabis, now that a long-awaited bill has cleared the General Assembly and Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont has said he'll sign it into law.

Iowa Supreme Court bars warrantless police searches of trash

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A divided Iowa Supreme Court on Friday banned police from searching people’s uncollected trash without a warrant, outlawing an investigative technique that had been used for decades.
Virginia marijuana legalization timetable has many confused

Virginia marijuana legalization timetable has many confused

RICHMOND, Va.
Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

Rule changes allow for delivery of non-medical marijuana in British Columbia

VICTORIA — British Columbia's legal cannabis operators will be allowed to deliver directly to buyers starting on July 15.

Legal cannabis bill clears state Senate, awaits Lamont's OK

HARTFORD, Conn.
Kanesatake grand chief welcomes Quebec's openness in creating local police force

Kanesatake grand chief welcomes Quebec's openness in creating local police force

KANESATAKE — The Mohawk Council of Kanesatake says it's surprised but pleased that Quebec is finally open to discussing the possibility of re-establishing an Indigenous police force to patrol the community northwest of Montreal, its grand chief said
Colorado pot tax hike proponents get bipartisan endorsements

Colorado pot tax hike proponents get bipartisan endorsements

DENVER (AP) — A coalition that wants to ask Colorado voters to approve higher taxes on recreational marijuana to help children make up for learning losses during the pandemic and address special needs for low-income and disadvantaged students said We

Senate passes marijuana bill, but Lamont vows a veto

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Senate on Tuesday passed legislation for the second time in about a week that legalizes the recreational use of cannabis for adults. But Gov.
Wyoming advocates hopeful about pot initiatives despite odds

Wyoming advocates hopeful about pot initiatives despite odds

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Supporters of two new marijuana ballot petitions in Wyoming say they’re optimistic about getting pot questions before voters next year, especially with growing support from conservatives in the deep-red state.
Florida gets another legal challenge to new elections rules

Florida gets another legal challenge to new elections rules

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Two more groups sued Florida over its new restrictive elections laws Monday, adding to a growing chorus of voter rights advocates who say the rules could keep some people from casting ballots. The lawsuit was filed in U.S.