Is the smell of marijuana alone enough to search a car in Pennsylvania? The Supreme Court say NO

Recently, in its decision in the matter of Commonwealth v. Barr, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that the smell of marijuana can be a factor police use to justify a search without a warrant but can’t be the sole basis for it According to the Court’s decision, “The odor of…

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How the Mexican Supreme Court’s Vote to Nullify Cannabis Prohibition Can Help American Legalization Efforts

https://www.marijuanamoment.net/mexicos-supreme-court-moves-to-end-marijuana-prohibition-itself-after-lawmakers-fail-to-act/ A few years ago the world took notice when the Mexican Supreme Court voted that “cannabis prohibition was a violation of the Mexican Constitution”. Why? Because unlike many of the other places that legalize cannabis, very few of them made it a constitutional right. In Mexico, the constitution is…

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Mexico Supreme Court Decriminalizes Recreational Cannabis

Mexico’s highest court struck down the nation’s laws against consumption and personal cultivation of marijuana on Monday, more than five years after a limited ruling that declared the prohibitions against recreational cannabis unconstitutional. Under the court’s decision, all adults ages 18 years and older will be able to apply for…

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Supreme Court Justice Slams US Federal Marijuana Policy, Is Legalization Next?

Clarence Thomas, a conservative Supreme Court Justice, may have just dropped the mother of all bombs on the Federal government about their “half in, half out” Federal marijuana policy.  As NBC news reported, Thomas is not a fan of the Federal government’s marijuana policy and wrote: “A prohibition on interstate…

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Supreme Court Justice Calls for the Reversal of Marijuana Prohibition

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said what most of us are thinking on Monday: The federal government’s longstanding prohibition on marijuana may well be past its expiration date. Thomas, widely seen as one of the most conservative justices on the high court, made the observation in response to the Supreme…

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Florida Supreme Court Pulls the Plug on Recreational Cannabis Initiative

The Florida Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that a proposed initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults is misleading and can not appear on next year’s ballot. The decision marks the second time in three months that Florida’s highest court has struck down proposed ballot measures to…

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Mississippi Supreme Court Strikes Down Successful Initiative 65 For Medical Marijuana

The Mississippi Supreme Court on Friday struck down a medical marijuana initiative, Initiative 65, that succeeded at the polls in the November election, overturning the will of nearly 70% of the state’s electorate in the process. The Supreme Court justices ruled in a 6 to 3 decision that Mississippi’s voter…

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JT's Thoughts on the Supreme Court's Marijuana Decision

JT Williamson(Host – The JT Show) joins the conversation to discuss his thoughts on the MS Supreme Court shooting down the Ballot Initiative process. To see the rest of the conversation, head on over to our Website to watch the entire interview On Demand! ___________________________________________________________________________ ~-Links-~ Website – http://www.supertalk.fm/ Twitter…

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Why Did the Florida Supreme Court Shoot Down Recreational Marijuana in Florida?

The constitutional rights of the good people of Florida were trampled on by the Florida Supreme Court in a bid to halt the progress being made to legalize the use of marijuana for recreational reasons. The fact that the court did this after the mission has gained massive reaction, as…

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Smith reacts to Florida Supreme Court rejection of legal marijuana initiative

“Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith knows how hard it’s been to push for legalizing cannabis in Florida. He’s proposed his own legislation in the House for the past 3 years. It’s died each time.” -Lara Greenberg, Fox 35 News “They were gonna look for any excuse to dismiss this ballot initiative.”…

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