Del. Keith Hodges’ proposal would replace policies intended to help communities harmed by the drug war with new financial incentives for corporations who locate businesses in disadvantaged areas, according to legalization advocates.
Most Virginians want legal weed and so do seven in 10 Americans. It’s about as popular an idea as exists in modern politics, with majorities of virtually every demographic supporting legalization.
RICHMOND-Yes, the new law took effect July 1 in Virginia. But while it allows possession, the law doesn't fully legalize marijuana use.
ALEXANDRIA-Alexandria adopts Virginia's first collective bargaining ordinance, Virginia's First Lady visits Valley schools, and a biotech firm is bringing jobs.
BLACKSBURG-The General Assembly didn't quite answer everything when they legalized marijuana. Eve Ettinger has some questions.
AMHERST – Now that Virginia’s legalized marijuana, cities and counties have to choose what to allow. Amherst County wants voters to decide.
Personal possession and cultivation of marijuana will be legal in Virginia starting July 1, after the General Assembly voted to pass amendments to this year’s marijuana legalization bill.
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