The United State Of Weed 2/19/12 Joe February 19, 2012 Activism, Exclusive Web Content, Medical Marijuana News, Politics, The United State Of Weed, The War On Drugs 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 at email@example.com. From The 420 Times: WA: In Washington State, Paul Decries ‘War On Drugs’ CO: Advocates Launch Patient Voter Project In Presidential Swing State Of CO IL: Marijuana Law Reform Movement Stalls In Chicago CA: San Jose, CA City Council Repeals Restrictive Medical Marijuana Ordinance CA: Mendocino County, CA Ends Medical Marijuana Experiment Under Federal Threats GA: Student Sues Ga. School District Over Strip Search Washington D.C.: Does Congress Approving Medical Marijuana In D.C. Mean They Must Do So Everywhere? VT: Medical Marijuana Dispensaries To Open In Vermont By Summer DE: Feds Bully Delaware Into Halting Their Medical Marijuana Program From Around The Web: CA: JUDGE: THIEVES NOT REQUIRED TO PAY FOR STOLEN MEDICAL MARIJUANA OR: Out-of-staters get Oregon medical marijuana cards ID: The Push for Medical Marijuana in Idaho MT: Number of medical marijuana cardholders, providers drops dramatically CO: Fort Collins City Council to weigh medical marijuana rule changes 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. - Joe Klare Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.