Here are a few highlights and offers from the news this week!
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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham called for the special session after legislation had stalled during the regular session. Retails sales are to begin no later than April 1, 2022.
Introduced by Chairman of the Senate Rules Committee Sen. Bill Rabon (R), SB 711, or the Compassionate Care Act, would legalize cannabis for certain medical uses. The Bill is co-sponsored by fellow Republican Sen. Michael Lee and Democratic Sen. Paul Lowe.
Virginia Legalizes Marijuana
The Virginia General Assembly gave final approval to a bill to legalize simple possession of marijuana and limited home growth beginning July 1, 2021, three years sooner than initially planned.
The IRS has been training its agents for at least eight years in the finer details of auditing marijuana companies, using PowerPoint presentations that outline everything from legal precedents to questions that should be asked during interviews with business owners.
Those are among the insights gleaned from a trove of documents Marijuana Business Daily obtained from the IRS, including seven PowerPoint presentations.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D), whose proposed state budget includes provisions to legalize both medical and adult-use marijuana, says he’s sick of seeing tax revenue from cannabis sales go to neighboring states that have already legalized.
“Frankly I’m kind of tired of talking to the governor from Illinois,” he said in a video posted to Twitter on Wednesday. “Whenever I get with him, he thanks me for having Wisconsinites cross the border to buy marijuana.”!