Marijuana Policy Project
Hawaii Representative Announces Plan To Legalize Pot in 2023
While some states on the mainland are enjoying recreational cannabis sales, Hawaii advocates and legislators are gearing up to tackle adult-use in their own state.
January 13, 2023
Louisiana Senate Approves Bill Allowing Public Employees to Use Medical Pot
A bill that would ban discrimination against state employees who use medical cannabis was approved by the Louisiana Senate on Wednesday, sending the legislation to the governor’s desk for his approval.
June 2, 2022
Rhode Island Lawmakers Approve Weed Legalization Bill
The Rhode Island General Assembly passed legislation to legalize adult-use cannabis on Tuesday, making the state the 19th in the nation to end the prohibition of recreational pot.
May 25, 2022
Cannabis Now America’s Fifth Most Profitable Crop
A report released by Leafly Holdings, Inc. found weed to be a more profitable crop than rice and cotton.
May 2, 2022
Montana Adult-Use Sales Top $43 Million For First Quarter of Year
Recreational cannabis is generating big revenue in Big Sky Country, producing over $43 million in sales.
April 8, 2022
States Made More Than 3.7 Billion in Recreational Pot Sales Last Year
Data from the Marijuana Policy Project shows adult-use sales revenue in the United States is going up every year.
April 7, 2022
Former Illinois Drug Czar Joins the Cannabis Lobbying Sector
Toi Hutchinson has been hired by Marijuana Policy Project after ensuring equity in Illinois' cannabis industry as the state's "Drug Czar."
December 17, 2021