Legalizing the recreational use of cannabis is “not likely” to be part of New York’s next budget, Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday, a day before the spending plan was due. Advocates for legalization had high hopes that the Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act (CRTA) proposed as part of the budget would happen before the close of the fiscal year on March 31. But the … [Read more...] about Is NY Cannabis Legalization up in smoke for 2020?
State Legislators are slated to meet tomorrow for the Opening Day of Session. What will be on the agenda this session, you ask? HARTFORD — An ambitious to-do list awaits Connecticut lawmakers when they return Wednesday to the state Capitol for a roughly three-month election-year legislative session. While changes to the second year of the two-year budget approved … [Read more...] about Budget, health care, marijuana on lawmakers’ to-do list
After besting Democratic primary challengers more progressive on cannabis than he, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo seemed sure that he could legalize marijuana when voters re-elected him last year. In early January, he seemed sure that he could legalize adult cannabis use in the first 100 days of his [...] You can view the whole article at this link NY Governor “Isn’t Sure” if … [Read more...] about NY Governor “Isn’t Sure” if Marijuana Legalization Will Be In This Year’s Budget
Hartford is in need of help. We all understand that there is a dark side of politics that no one really likes to talk about. The so called “closed door agreements” which may or may not happen, or the little “give and take” that they say is needed in order to things progressing. By now, it may be safe to assume that everyone has heard of the Netflix show “House of … [Read more...] about Moral Distress in Hartford