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2022 Midterm Election Guide

A lot is riding on the 2022 Midterm Elections and cannabis remains a nonpartisan issue at the center of it. From gubernatorial races, ballot measures, to a possible change in congress where several cannabis bills linger to become law. The SWEET JANE 2022 Midterm Election guide is here to help you know what states to watch and how to vote with cannabis in mind. All sponsored by our friends at Wana Brands.

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How Cannabis Fared in the 2022 Midterms

How Cannabis Fared in the 2022 Midterms

Cannabis legalization was on the ballot for the 2022 midterm elections in multiple southern and midwestern states. Maryland and Missouri became the 20th and 21st state to legalize the plant for adult-use. Voters in Arkansas, North Dakota, and South Dakota voted...

Congressional Scorecard

Congressional Scorecard

The National Cannabis Industry Association have probably seen our visits increase in recent weeks and that's because we are following their Congressional Scorecard. The team at NCIA created a state-by-state voting status of representatives and senators from the 116th...

Magic Mushrooms and the Midterms

Magic Mushrooms and the Midterms

Many states considering psilocybin legalization won’t have ballot initiatives this November. Still, conversations around psychedelics are heating up since cities started legalizing and decriminalizing the fungi in 2019, and Oregon legalized it in 2020. Psilocybin,...

Cannabis And a Post-Roe America

Cannabis And a Post-Roe America

With Roe v. Wade overturned, one cannabis activist asks "How did we get here? And where do we need to go next?"Editor's Note: Editorial Board member and ongoing partner to SWEET JANE, Tokeativity co-founder Lisa Snyder was compelled to explore the intersection of...

8 Cannabis-Related Elections to Watch this November

8 Cannabis-Related Elections to Watch this November

As election day draws closer, many are considering how to vote. If you are reading this, it is likely that you have some thoughts about cannabis-related elections and are interested in what things might look like after election day passes. While this certainly varies...

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Voting with Cannabis in Mind

Voting with Cannabis in Mind

Cannabis advocates have pushed legalization as a primary goal for decades. In 1996, California became the first state to allow medical marijuana. Thus began a wave of states legalizing–first medical, then recreational–marijuana. Voters have been able to decide with...