San Antonio Votes Against Marijuana Decriminalization As Broader Bill Awaits Senate Consideration

San Antonio residents rejected a ballot measure past weekend that would have decriminalized recreational cannabis, reported Marijuana Moment.

The measure sought to decriminalize local low-level marijuana offenses. It also stipulates that police cannot "consider the odor of marijuana or hemp to constitute probable cause for any search or seizure."

Texas's House of Representatives passed a bill to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis in April through a voice vote. The bill still requires a second reading before heading to the Senate for further consideration.

MMJ Licenses For Black Farmers In Florida Under Bill Passed By Legislature

A measure that would expand Florida's medical cannabis market by extending the renewal of marijuana prescriptions remotely over telehealth while green-lighting additional licenses for Black farmers has passed in the state House in a 105-8 vote recently, reported Green Market Report.

HB 387 has already advanced through the …

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