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Advocates who want to legalize marijuana in Ohio say Republican legislative leaders are trying to keep the issue off the November ballot. In a lawsuit filed Friday in Franklin County, members of the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol claimed House Speaker Bob Cupp and Senate President Matt Huffman are trying to circumvent the initiated statute process and delay
Two fourth-graders in Edmond, Okla., went to the hospital after eating what looked like commercial gummy candies. In Cooper City, Fla., nine children were hospitalized after snarfing what seemed almost identical to a common brand of sour candy. And in Roy, Utah, five children consumed a candy called Nerds Rope, leaving two of them hospitalized.
Two fourth-graders in Edmond, Okla., went to the hospital after eating what looked like commercial gummy candies. In Cooper City, Fla., nine children were hospitalized after snarfing what seemed almost identical to a common brand of sour candy. And in Roy, Utah, five children consumed a candy called Nerds Rope, leaving two of them hospitalized.…
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Florida agriculture commissioner and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried held a meeting with gun violence prevention activists on Thursday to address the lawsuit she recently filed against the Biden administration that seeks to protect Second Amendment rights for medical marijuana patients. And while some progressive advocates initially balked at the action to increase the ability
Pennsylvania House lawmakers filed a companion bill to a Senate-passed measure this week that would provide banking protections and tax relief for marijuana businesses as congressional reform continues to stall. The Senate version already cleared that chamber earlier this month, sending it to the House. But Rep. Christopher Rabb (D) and colleagues formally filed the
by Griffen Thorne, Attorney at Harris Bricken For many years, we’ve written about California’s truly bizarre animus towards hemp-derived CBD. Many efforts to regulate CBD failed. Last year, the state finally managed to pass AB-45 but the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) hasn’t really done anything since. That will change soon. Finally, California will
A top staffer for Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) spoke on Thursday about the path forward for a federal marijuana legalization bill and the prospects of passing incremental measures like cannabis banking reform in the interim. At an event hosted by the Council for Federal Cannabis Regulation (CFCR), Schumer’s chief counsel Reginald Babin said that
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said Thursday that a newly created cannabis research center won’t slow his review of whether he has the authority to singlehandedly legalize medical marijuana — a decision that’s likely to come this summer. The governor said he sees value in the cannabis center’s formation, but added some lawmakers used it as a tactic
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Senate on Thursday rejected two marijuana legalization bills, one that would’ve created a state-run monopoly for retail sales and another more modest plan to allow small-scale personal use and home cultivation of the drug. Both bills previously passed the House, but the Senate once again stood as a
Banking associations representing all 50 states and one U.S. territory sent a letter to Senate leaders on Thursday, imploring them to include marijuana banking reform in a large-scale manufacturing bill that’s heading to bicameral conference. The American Bankers Association (ABA) and the state associations said that the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act is
Kansas House lawmakers on Thursday laid out their plan and proposed compromises for medical marijuana legalization in the state, moving the legislature one step closer to enacting the reform following the appointment of a bicameral conference committee that’s been charged with reaching an agreement on the issue. Negotiators met for the first time on Wednesday
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, it is likely you have recently heard the term, metaverse. Indeed, with Facebook’s rebranding to Meta, the public has been clued in as to what big technology companies think of this burgeoning landscape. So, what exactly is the metaverse? Why have high profile brands flocked to register trademarks
by Jihee Ahn, Attorney at Harris Bricken Most people who are (luckily) not familiar with litigation believe alternative dispute resolution (or “ADR”) clauses in their contracts are essentially boilerplate language that’s recycled again and again in every contract. However, well-drafted ADR clauses can not only give you a huge advantage if an issue comes up,
U.S. President Joe Biden issued on Tuesday, April 26, three pardons and 75 prison sentence commutations who were previously released to home confinement amid the coronavirus pandemic in his first-year grants of clemency since taking office. One of the pardons was related to non-violent marijuana offenses, and eight people with marijuana-related convictions received commutations. Overall,
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When it comes to driving while under the influence of marijuana, states that have enacted legalization are seeing less of the potentially dangerous behavior than states that continue criminalization, according to a new study. The analysis of self-reported driving under the influence of cannabis (DUIC) found that people are less likely to drive within three
Kansas lawmakers from both chambers met on Wednesday to start discussing a path forward for medical marijuana legalization in the state. The conference committee convened one day after negotiators were appointed to finalize medical cannabis reform legislation. While no action was taken by the six-member panel, the lawmakers heard a run-down of the mostly technical
“The data shows that the market is effectively serving both adult-use consumers and patients.” By Dana DiFilippo, New Jersey Monitor More than 12,000 customers bought almost $2 million worth of recreational cannabis products on the first day of recreational marijuana sales in New Jersey last week, according to numbers the state Cannabis Regulatory Commission released