Pot May Have Been Decriminalized In Maryland, But Bongs Are Still Illegal

While possession of 10 grams or less of the drug can no longer put someone in prison, possessing the means to use it — like a pipe or a bong — still can.

MARYLAND:  An anomaly in Maryland’s marijuana laws will remain in place after Republican Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a bill that passed the General Assembly. Decriminalization of marijuana got the approval of lawmakers last year. But this year the General Assembly sought to correct an oversight in the original law regarding marijuana paraphernalia. While possession of Read the full article…

Marijuana Amendment Would Cancel Florida ‘Bong Ban,’ Advocate Says

Florida: Anything now outlawed as drug paraphernalia, including “metal, wooden, acrylic, glass, stone, plastic, or ceramic pipes,” may be legally sold if used to smoke marijuana to treat a medical condition.

FLORIDA:  Marijuana legalization advocates might have another reason to rejoice if Florida voters approve a proposed constitutional amendment allowing pot for medical use. The initiative’s passage also will pre-empt Florida’s “bong ban,” which forbids the sale of pipes used to smoke the plant, said the head of the drive behind the amendment. Ben Pollara, campaign Read the full article…