Wyoming’s Marijuana Laws To Be Enforced During Great America Solar Eclipse

"Traffic laws will be strictly enforced and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be tolerated on Wyoming's roadways,"

WYOMING: Visitors from across the globe expected to travel to Wyoming for the Great American Solar Eclipse on August 21 are being advised by law enforcement officials that the state’s marijuana laws will be strictly enforced. “Traffic laws will be strictly enforced and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be tolerated on Wyoming’s roadways,” Byron Oedekoven, executive director Read the full article…

Yellowstone Sees Rise In Marijuana Cases

The number of visitors to Yellowstone National Park being prosecuted for possessing small amounts of medical and recreational pot is increasing.

WYOMING:  An increasing number of visitors to Yellowstone National Park are being prosecuted for possessing small amounts of medical and recreational pot, which remains illegal on federal land. Park rangers attribute the trend both to ignorance of federal law and the growing prevalence of legal pot in other states, including neighboring Colorado, which has legal Read the full article…

Seeing Green: Most Wyominigites Support Medical Marijuana

Once the process is complete, she will be able to legally say to an employer, landlord or anybody else who asks that she has never been convicted or cited for any drug crime at all.

WYOMING:  Wyomingites’ long-standing support for medical marijuana may move toward reality, as the Legislature will be alight in cannabis bills next month. Three bills that would loosen Wyoming’s prohibition on the drug may go before lawmakers. Meanwhile, a new University of Wyoming poll shows that a majority of Wyoming residents, 72 percent, continue to support Read the full article…

How Might Wyoming Follow Colorado Pot Legislation?

The state of Colorado is spending $5.7 million to educate its citizens about the responsible use of marijuana in a major public campaign beginning this month.

The “Good to Know” initiative will utilize radio broadcasts, newspapers and the Internet, USA Today reports. The campaign apparently has a folksy and relatable tone to it, with one of the radio spots featuring a rhyming cowboy and banjo music. Colorado’s chief medical officer Dr. Larry Wolk says its goal is to educate without alienating.

WYOMING:  Tomorrow Colorado will set a new U.S. standard for the production, sale and use of marijuana. As of Jan. 1, the Centennial State becomes the first in the nation to allow the legal sale, purchase and use of pot for recreational purposes. But what will that mean for its neighbors to the north, where Read the full article…

The 70's — Crazy On You

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By Little Sweetwater I recently watched the induction of Cheech and Chong into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. During this, I reminisced about the first time I was introduced to marijuana. I didn’t know it was illegal, because I didn’t know what it was. I came from a Wyoming family that didn’t drink Read the full article…

Debate Looms Over Legalizing Marijuana In Wyoming

Rep. Sue Wallis, R-Recluse, said this week that she intends to introduce a bill in the legislative session that starts early next year to decriminalize marijuana for medicinal purposes.

WYOMING: A debate over whether Wyoming should legalize marijuana may be about to flare up. Bordered to the north and south by states that have legalized some uses of marijuana, Wyoming still counts marijuana possession as a crime. Possession of anything over 3 ounces in the “Equality State” is felony territory, enough to put a person Read the full article…