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The Florida Supreme Court is allowing voters to decide on a marijuana legalization ballot initiative in November—rejecting a move by state Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) to invalidate the measure.

The Justice Department’s Office of the Pardon Attorney says it’s expecting an “influx” of applications for marijuana pardon certificates under President Joe Biden’s clemency proclamation, and it’s setting a target to process at least 80 percent of them within 30 days of their submission.

Germany’s marijuana legalization law took effect, allowing people to possess and grow cannabis. Social clubs where people can buy it are set to open in July.

The Marijuana Policy Project and NORML have suspended talks

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