Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

Editor: Douglas A. Berman
Moritz College of Law

Monday, May 17, 2021

Alabama Gov signs medical marijuana legislation just days after Mississippi Supreme Court blows up medical marijuana initiative

As detailed by these recent stories and headlines, it has been an interesting time lately with respect to marijuana reform in the deep south:

From the Yellowhammer State, "Gov. Kay Ivey signs Alabama medical marijuana law"

From the Magnolia State, "Mississippi Supreme Court overturns medical marijuana Initiative 65"

There are interesting and important facets to both of these stories, but together they serve as a terrific reminder of just how dynamic and unpredictable marijuana reforms can be on any number of legal and political fronts.  But for the historic stigma (as well as persistent federal prohibition), I suspect lots and lots of prominent folks would be writing lots and lots of books and articles about what we can and should be learning from modern marijuana reform movements for all sort of other social and policy arenas.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/marijuana_law/2021/05/alabama-gov-signs-medical-marijuana-legislation-just-days-after-mississippi-supreme-court-blows-up-m.html

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