There are no areas of our lives, or so it feels, that are unaffected by the corona virus pandemic.

And this is certainly very true of cannabis reform efforts all over the country (and doubtless the world). This is true as in this story, in our own neighborhood where Idaho activists are suspending their campaign to legalize medical cannabis, but also on our southern border with Arizona where their current campaign to legalize cannabis has also been impacted, and there are effects on measures in New York State, Washington DC, and probably everywhere where ballot measures or even major legislative action were being planned or in process.

The situation will likely be in flux for months.

As always, stay safe. Stay home and stay safe. And we'll try to keep a light on here for you….


Idaho Activists Suspend Campaign To Legalize Medical Marijuana Due To Coronavirus | Marijuana Moment

A campaign to put a medical marijuana initiative on Idaho’s November ballot announced on Thursday that it is suspending its signature collection efforts due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s the latest in a series of drug policy reform campaign cancellations in recent weeks. Activists across the…