What Early Primary Victories Are Telling Us About Possible Cannabis Reform

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Pennsylvania The Senate Republican primary may have been too close to call, but Democratic primary was a landslide victory for John Fetterman. O’Rourke also won his primary by a large margin, and unlike Abbott, is a huge proponent of marijuana legalization. Ryan is in favor of marijuana legalization and also voted in favor of the MORE Act. There are many more tight races, and several more states whose marijuana legalization may depend on election night outcomes in November. There are many more tight races, and several more states whose marijuana legalization may depend on election night outcomes in November.

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There are many more tight races, and several more states whose marijuana legalization may depend on election night outcomes in November.

The midterm primary season is officially in full swing. Several major races have already concluded, and there is a lot to unpack when analyzing the outcomes and the margins of victory.

Several states that have not legalized marijuana for recreational use, or for any use, now have their official candidates for the November election. There are both incumbents who likely offer little change to current policy, and newcomers who may completely shift the trajectory of marijuana policy in their states.

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