The state voted to legalize recreational marijuana use in 2016.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Short answer, a racist, sexist buffon Governor chose partisan prohibitrion rhetoric over the will of the people he was elected to represent.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) on Friday vetoed a bill that would legalize the sale of recreational marijuana, nearly a year after residents voted to set up a system to sell and regulate the drug.
It’s a green Monday in Maine.
In a suite one flight above the bustling main street of Farmington
With California in the lead, 2016 stands to be the biggest year yet for ending pot prohibition.
On Tuesday, Maine will be the first state to formally consider the idea, even though the federal government still classifies marijuana as an illicit drug.
Campaigners on Monday handed in nearly double the number of signatures needed to qualify for the ballot. Some will be bad, but that’s a pretty big cushion.