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State pot proposals are plentiful, but don’t expect Tennessee law to change

By , Daily Memphian Published: March 03, 2022 4:00 AM CT
<strong>A marijuana bud is ready for processing at the Greenleaf Medical Cannabis facility in Richmond, Va.&nbsp;Among Tennessee&rsquo;s neighbors, Virginia is the only one that has legalized marijuana for recreational use. </strong>(Steve Helber/Associated Press file)

A marijuana bud is ready for processing at the Greenleaf Medical Cannabis facility in Richmond, Va. Among Tennessee’s neighbors, Virginia is the only one that has legalized marijuana for recreational use. (Steve Helber/Associated Press file)

The vast majority of Tennesseans support medical or recreational marijuana, but Tennessee could be “the last state standing” when it comes to legalization. 

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Ian Round

Ian Round

Ian Round is The Daily Memphian’s state government reporter. He came to Tennessee from Maryland where he reported on local politics for Baltimore Brew. He earned a Master of Journalism degree from the University of Maryland in December 2019.


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