Locals in Delaware are tangling with corporate, multi-state medical marijuana permit holders to pass a bill for full legalization.
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Virginia becomes the first southern state to legalize the possession and use of marijuana by adults.
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“At 100 percent of the recreational marijuana outlets visited, the pseudo-underage patrons were required to show age identification to enter.”
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It’s April and that means 4/20 is upon us! To celebrate, Cal NORML is offering $420 yearly business memberships (regularly priced at $500) through April 30. Memberships can also be purchased for $42/month.
As a California NORML business member you’ll be listed in one of the Cannabis Marketplace Directories on CaNORML.org, our longstanding website with 1.63 million yearly page views. Directory categories include Dispensaries & Delivery, Legal Services, Cannabis Products, Cannabis Business Services, and Vaporizer Resources.
Additional benefits of business membership include the ability to sponsor our weekly eNewsletter or publish a guest blog post, and discounts on NCIA memberships. Become a Cal NORML Business Member or learn more.
Also this month, 420 club members who purchase a personal yearly Cal NORML membership of $42 or more, will be sent a groovy Vintage Cal NORML lapel magnet. Join the 420 Club!
In addition, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Prop. 215 (which legalized medical marijuana in California in 1996), we are offering a special EarlyBird price on our upcoming Legal Seminar. For $215 you can attend both days of the Zoom event (June 1 & 2). Attorneys can earn up to 8.5 hours of CLE credit (pending) for attending. Learn the latest on civil and criminal law in California from top attorneys in the field. Sign up for our Legal Seminar.
Support Cal NORML this April and save!
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March 31, 2021 – Consumers wishing to buy products to vape cannabis oils may want to make their purchases ASAP before vape companies and shippers move to comply with a new US law banning shipment of certain vaporizer products. We have heard from one company that will cease shipping to certain CA zip codes as of noon tomorrow (April 1 – no fooling).
The law should not affect devices used to vape dry herb or waxes, only oils.
According to a recent article in MJ Biz Daily:
The legislation takes effect in late March, after which the USPS has 120 days to create rules to implement the law.
FedEx and UPS already have said they will follow the U.S. Postal Service’s directive and won’t ship vaping products.
“Effective April 5, 2021, UPS will not transport vaping products to, from or within the United States due to the increased complexity to ship those products,” Matthew O’Connor, a UPS spokesman, said in a statement.
While the law is directed at nicotine products, it arguably includes cannabis oil products by banning shipment of:
“any electronic device that, through an aerosolized solution, delivers nicotine, flavor, or any other substance to the user inhaling from the device,” including “an e-cigarette; an e-hookah; an e-cigar; a vape pen; an advanced refillable personal vaporizer; an electronic pipe; and any component, liquid, part, or accessory of a device described [above], without regard to whether the component, liquid, part, or accessory is sold separately from the device.”
Cal NORML has promoted vaporization as a valuable harm reduction tool for reducing exposure to harmful smoke toxins since sponsoring the first scientific studies on vaping in 1996 and 2001. We objected to USPS’s new rule and NORML put out an action alert on it.
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