WASHINGTON (AP) There’s a growing list of states that are making their marijuana products available to adults and businesses, but a growing number of them are not doing so in an orderly fashion.
In California, for example, recreational sales began in April with a $1.25 billion state tax on recreational marijuana sales.
But there’s been no timeline set for how much of that will go toward education and drug treatment programs.
And some other states are waiting to see how the drug gets taxed, as is New York.
Even the California State Senate, which passed a legalization measure last week, is holding off on passing the bill.
The state is now holding hearings on the tax and other regulations.
And California Gov.
Gavin Newsom (D) says he’ll make a decision in the coming weeks on whether to allow marijuana use for recreational use.
The marijuana industry is now lobbying to change the state’s law so that it does not allow recreational sales.
The most recent data available from the National Institute on Drug Abuse shows that in the first seven months of 2018, recreational marijuana use was down 17% in the U.S. compared with the same period in 2017.
But that could be because of people who are going to school for a degree and others who are simply going to get high to stay awake.
The latest numbers for recreational marijuana from the NIDA indicate that, in 2017, a quarter of all marijuana users were under the age of 25.
That’s a huge demographic, particularly young people.
In the U:Nation, more than half of the adult population is between the ages of 18 and 24, and that includes more than one-third of the people who smoke marijuana in public.
The young people are getting more access to it.
They’re growing more and more of it.
And it’s also helping people who have chronic pain, people with epilepsy, cancer patients, and many other people who aren’t getting access to this drug.
There’s also the effect of people in states that have legalized marijuana in other states getting access and starting businesses that aren’t regulated.
In Nevada, for instance, a marijuana-growing operation opened last year and now produces medical marijuana.
But the plant remains illegal under federal law, and there’s a big backlog of applications to get a license in Nevada, which has just passed a recreational marijuana law.
So it’s not as simple as just opening up stores, which are the mainstay of the marijuana industry in the states where recreational sales are allowed.
And that’s why some lawmakers are trying to make it easier for states to get marijuana in a regulated environment.
In Pennsylvania, a bill is in the works to make marijuana available to medical marijuana patients and caregivers who are licensed under state law.
And lawmakers there have proposed a law that would make marijuana the most regulated drug in the country.
And the idea is that this is a time when the drug should be treated as a medicine, not a drug that can be smoked, said Pennsylvania Senate President Gregory L. Steiner.
But some people are worried that it will make it more difficult to get medical marijuana, especially in the state that has legalized recreational marijuana.
That’s why lawmakers are also looking to make sure that medical marijuana is included in the legalization bill that could come up for a vote next year.