The United State Of Weed is a weekly series where we recap all of the cannabis-related political developments happening in The United States at the state level. If you know of any new political developments in your state in regards to marijuana law reform – whether it be medicinal or otherwise – let us know atjoe@the420times.com.

From The 420 Times:

MT: Medical Marijuana Advocates Hold Rally

MI: State Sees Profits Of $8 Million In First Two Years Of Medical Marijuana Program

OR: U.S. Attorney Vows Crackdown On Medical Marijuana

WA: Sensible Washington Money Bomb For Marijuana Legalization

WA: State Supreme Court Says Employers Can Fire Medical Marijuana Patients

UT: Attorney General Open To Considering Medical Marijuana

CT: NORML Connecticut Looks To Future Marijuana Law Reforms

CT: Marijuana Decriminalization Coming To Connecticut

NC: Medical Marijuana Bill Needs Help

CO: State Looks At More Sweeping Medical Marijuana Changes

From Around The Web:

CO: Marijuana Regulators Help Bust Illegal Marijuana Grows

OR: Lawmakers to Increase Medical Marijuana Fees

CT: Data Shows Use Probably Won’t Go Up With New Marijuana Law

MI: More Patient, Caregiver Info Would Be Available For Police

If your state didn’t make this week’s “United State Of Weed,” it’s most probably because there is no recent political cannabis news coming from that state. If there is a story I missed, let me know at joe@the420times.com.

Joe Klare

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