- Nebraska advocates behind a medical marijuana legalization initiative plan to push ahead with a modified signature gathering plan this month despite the coronavirus pandemic and will relaunch petitioning efforts once certain health directives are lifted in the state.
- In Arizona, the organizers of a legalization effort are petitioning the state Supreme Court to instruct the secretary of state to allow people to sign cannabis petitions digitally using an existing electronic system that is currently reserved for individual candidates seeking public office.
- A campaign to legalize cannabis in Missouri officially gave up its effort for 2020 last month due to signature collection being virtually impossible in the face of social distancing measures.
- Idaho medical cannabis activists announced that they are suspending their ballot campaign , though they are still focusing on distributing petitions through online download at IdahoCann.co and encouraging every volunteer who has downloaded a petition to get them turned in to their county clerk’s office by mail, regardless of how many signatures they have collected.
- In particular, it determined that the existing process violates a provision stipulating that marijuana grown for research must be purchased and possessed by a single federal agency a policy that DEA is seeking to adhere to under a recently revised rule change proposal released last month .
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