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THE WASH …DAILY with Joey SLLiks CANNABIS NEWS REPORT Kansas voters expected to legalize cannabis.


Weednesday, October 28, 2020
In today’s report:

Kansas Residents Support Legalizing Marijuana By A Large Margin, Poll Finds


Kansas Medical Marijuana Bill Dies In Committee After Special Session Ends

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Certain legislators have indicated that they plan to pursue the reform again.

For her part, Gov. Laura Kelly (D) backs medical cannabis legalization, stating earlier this year that she felt the legislature could enact the policy despite complications from the coronavirus pandemic.

“I think that it probably would pass the legislature,” she said in April. But she added, “I think the issue of recreational marijuana is still not on the table.”



Former Federal Prosecutor Endorses Marijuana Legalization Initiative In South Dakota In New Ad

Randy Seiler, who served as U.S. attorney for the District of South Dakota from 2015 to 2017, said the proposals are “well-written, smart reforms of our harsh marijuana laws.” in

“One mistake—possession of even a gram of marijuana—can ruin a life,” he said. “It could mean jail, a record, making it hard to get a job, ala
n apartment or serve in the military. We can set that right by voting ‘yes’ on A and 26.”

Gov. Kristi Noem (R), who previously vetoed a hemp bill, is among those minority of opponents. In a video ad released earlier this month, the governor urged constituents to reject the reform initiative, stating that it’s “not good for our kids” and won’t “improve our communities.”

South Dakota is one of five states that will be voting on cannabis measures next month. But it’s the only state where both medical and recreational legalization will be on the ballot.

South Dakotans for Better Marijuana Laws, the campaign behind the recreational initiative, also recently released a separate ad with a retired Sioux Falls police officer who said he was supporting the proposals because criminalization wastes taxpayer dollars and law enforcement resources.


 One of the largest convenience-store chains in North America has tapped a California CBD firm to expand its portfolio of CBD products in the southeastern United States.

Circle K says it has brought Newport Beach’s Wild By Nature tinctures and vaporizers to more than 150 stores in Florida and Alabama. 

“hundreds of more retail outlets on the horizon,” Wild By Nature announced. The privately held  company’s CBD vapes come from U.S.-grown hemp.




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