There is a new name in the cannabis industry set to mirror its sister strains, and this one is taking things a step further. A new THC cannabinoid called delta-10 has been making its run around the block as of late in almost the same fashion that its predecessor, Delta-8, has done in the last year.
What it means is that now, for New Yorkers, it is legal to smoke or vape cannabis in places where it is also deemed legal to smoke or vape tobacco under the Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA).
Breaking news: Nevada Government, Steve Sisloak, signed legislation lowering cannabis possession penalties for minors as well as revising the state’s THC per se limits for driving.
What began as a promising year for marijuana legislation in the state of New Jersey, has now become a bumpy process to get adult cannabis stores up and running. 565 municipalities of the Garden State were given a deadline of August 22nd to pass ordinances on whether they will allow or prohibit these now-legal cannabis businesses in their towns. The results that came back did not favor pro-dispensary advocates, as over 70% of municipalities have decided to ban them. This decision surprised many, as Governor Phil Murphy signed three bills decriminalizing marijuana and opening a new doorway for the state’s economy through the growing market of recreational marijuana use back in February of this year.