PENNSYLVANIA: The memo issued last week by the US Department of Justice, which signaled the feds will not interfere in states allowing commercial marijuana sales, will not put an end to more than 20,000 annual arrests for pot possession in Pennsylvania.
But it does give lawmakers in Harrisburg an important opportunity to have a national impact. The Keystone State is unlikely to legalize cannabis anytime soon, but change is in the wind.
Here is the increasingly green picture:
– Public support for marijuana reform is polling at an all-time high (pun slightly intended) [Read more…]