On Sept. 29, 2016, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 2679, which will protect law-abiding medical cannabis extractors from arrest and prosecution under misapplication of the “meth house statute.”
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On Sept. 20, 2016, the Ohio Supreme Court amended the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct, allowing Ohio attorneys to take on clients from the medical marijuana industry.
DENVER, July 20, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment today launched the Cannabis Users Survey on Health (CUSH). The purpose of the survey is to monitor marijuana use patterns in Colorado, as required by state statute.
On Oct. 19, 2015, Charles R. Breyer, a judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, narrowed the scope of an injunction against the Marin Alliance for Medical Marijuana, effectively allowing the MAMM to get back into the business of dispensing pot.
A Missouri woman recently claimed Missouri’s “Right to Farm” constitutional provision as a defense in a felony prosecution for growing nine marijuana plants in her basement.
The state legislatures that tackled marijuana law reform over the past several years stopped short of righting old wrongs. A policy of retroactive ameliorative relief may be part of the solution.
Still only a few days into the new legislative session, a staggering 13 marijuana regulation bills have been introduced to the Oregon state legislature.
The Colorado Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in Coats v. Dish Network will be important for Colorado medical marijuana patients who risk losing their livelihoods when they fail employer drug tests.
Colorado’s attorneys, who promise to resist the lawsuit, will surely argue that their neighbors are demanding that the CSA be construed as a commandeering statute.
In legal terms, reciprocity refers to one state’s recognition of the effect of another state’s law, and the illustration usually given is driver’s licenses.