Despite the avalanche of information available in the digital age, a simple Google search reveals a persistent lack of clarity around legal issues in America, particularly regarding the legality of marijuana. A recently concluded study by Semrush (NYSE: SEMR), a leading marketing software company, uncovers the top legal queries that perplex the American populace.

"Is weed legal in Florida?" surprisingly, emerged as the number one query in the study, indicating the need for straightforward information regarding cannabis laws. Semrush's research, which is currently unpublished, used Google search data to investigate the legal inquiries most commonly explored by Americans. Among the findings, the prevalence of questions about marijuana was an eye-opening revelation.

“Our recent study revealed a pressing question on the minds of many Americans: 'Is weed legal?' Given the widespread curiosity of this topic from state to state, one thing is clear – there is a significant gap when it comes to the public’s understanding of local and state laws in …

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