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Rhode Island lawmakers released revised marijuana legalization bills that are set for House and Senate committee votes on Wednesday and floor action in both chambers early next week.

Delaware Gov. John Carney (D) made his first public comments on the marijuana legalization bill that’s now on his desk, saying he’s “looking at the same concerns that I’ve been articulating for some time with respect to public safety and its effect on our young people.”

Nebraska medical cannabis activists filed a lawsuit challenging a state rule requiring them to collect signatures from 5 percent of voters in at least 38 counties to qualify an initiative for the ballot, saying it gives

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