Marijuana was legalized in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia on Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the midterm elections. Florida, which also had pot on the ballot, did not get to the 60 percent needed for legalization.
This event pretty much broke twitter for a hot minute. Weed-friendly tweeters were not shy to sharing their blazing opinions.
Here are a few of my favorites.
This guy had a tough day. #GetEricSomeHoes2k14
Star Trek and dabs. Hopefully Dab Nazi celebrated responsibly.
This guy’s weed guy is probably really hype.
Though Floridian weed-smokers will have to wait a bit for legalization, the celebration has already begun for one minor Alaskan celebrity.
Remember the ‘F**k it, I quit’ reporter? She posted a video to her twitter page and said, “We did it. We just made history.”
As for the rest of the U.S., some states seem like they may never see legal pot. MotherJones released a map laying it all out for us.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) said, “I think it’s game over in less than five years.” It would have to move fast, but it is certainly possible that we might see a large increase in the number of states voting on the legalization of marijuana next election.
Do you think legalization in Tennessee even possible? Leave me a comment.
[Federal] Judge Could Smash Marijuana Law
A U.S. District Judge in California is examining the legality of America’s marijuana laws, and
she may be on the verge of throwing the entire system into chaos.
“It’s earth-shattering to even have this hearing,”
per Stetson University College of Law Professor Adam Levine..
Case: “United States v. Pickard, et. al., No. 2:11-CR-0449-KJ”
This could be Huge! No matter which way the judge rules,
the case will be appealed to the next-higher court,
the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
This is a story more than worth following.
About $14 billion worth.
” .. if all 50 states and the federal government legalized cannabis, combined sales for both medical and retail marijuana could balloon to $35 billion a year by 2020.. If the federal government doesn’t end prohibition and the trajectory of state legalization continues on its current path, with more, but not all, states legalizing marijuana in some form, the industry in 2020 would still be worth $21 billion..” according to a new report from GreenWave Advisors, a research and advisory firm that serves the emerging marijuana industry in the U.S.
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