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A new survey shows Americans still have concerns about openly supporting marijuana. While 66 percent support cannabis legalization, only 34 percent would put a cannabis-related bumper sticker on their car.
Illinois and Michigan have seen rising cannabis sales. Meanwhile, in Massachusetts, recreational dispensaries were not deemed "essential" and still face an uncertain timeline for reopening.
Advocates in Texas are pitching the idea that legalizing marijuana can help the state recover billions of lost revenue caused by COVID-19 outbreak.