The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending that states where marijuana is legal pass laws mandating impaired driving warning labels on marijuana products, noting that continued federal bans make national standards impossible. States are still actively promoting marijuana legislation, with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announcing before he left office this week that he had issued 2,540 pardons, at least a quarter of which were marijuana pardons. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said they will soon hire a chief asset officer to implement a marijuana micro-licensing program. A spokesperson for the Massachusetts governor said she is "evaluating the best course of action" to fulfill the promise of a marijuana pardon for those who possess it. Oklahoma's attorney general discussed efforts to combat illegal marijuana activity. In addition, the secretary of the state Board of Elections is asking lawmakers for funds to conduct a special election on marijuana legalization scheduled for March 7. Connecticut House Democrats have welcomed the launch of legal recreational marijuana sales. Ohio lawmakers reworked an amended bill to overhaul the medical marijuana program, including allowing doctors to recommend marijuana for any debilitating condition, increasing the number of dispensaries, and allowing growers to expand.
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