CT gov’s marijuana bill advances; CA senators vote for legal psychedelics; MX legalization advances; IA gov sued for cannabis delay; WA decrim hearing
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“Honestly, right now, we’ve been focused on getting people food, helping them stay in their apartments or in their homes, getting kids back to school, getting shots into arms. That has been all-consuming.” The Connecticut legislature’s Judiciary Committee amended and approved Gov. Ned Lamont’s (D) marijuana legalization bill. Equity advocates are happy about the changes but say more work is still needed.