List of 2019 United States cannabis reform proposals
In 2019, U.S. states proposed or are expected to propose cannabis reform legislation for medical marijuana and non-medical adult use. State-level legalization remains at odds with cannabis' status as a Schedule I narcotic under the Controlled Substances Act at the Federal level.
States expected to be most likely to propose legislation to fully legalize included Connecticut, Hawaii, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island and Illinois. Ohio Marijuana Legalization Initiative may appear on the ballot.
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See also[edit | edit source]
- List of 2016 United States cannabis reform proposals
- List of 2017 United States cannabis reform proposals
- List of 2018 United States cannabis reform proposals
References[edit | edit source]
- Amanda Chicago Lewis (January 2, 2019), "Weed i n2019: What to expect", Rolling Stone
- Kyle Jaeger (January 28, 2019), These 10 states are most likely to pass marijuana legalization bills in 2019, Marijuana Moment – via Boston Globe
- alexandra hutzler (January 1, 2019), "Marijuana legalization 2019: which states will consider legal weed in year experts predict will be 'real game-changer'", Newsweek
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