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Wisconsin Legislator Wants to Ban Pot from Employment Drug Testing

MADISON, Wis. — Rep. David Bowen (D-Milwaukee) told the Isthmus via an email that he will propose a bill on Friday that would ban employers in Wisconsin from drug testing potential employees for marijuana. The bill would also ban employers from using a positive THC test as a reason to withdraw an offer of employment. […]

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Categories: Enforcement, Legislation, News, Politics

Feud Between GOP Senator and Jeff Sessions Heats Up

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions broke a Trump campaign promise and rescinded the Cole Memo last month, ending protection from federal prosecution for states with legal marijuana. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) was furious and, in a tweet, said that he would block all Justice Department nominees. It appears that Sen. Gardner is a man of […]

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Categories: Federal, Government, Legalization

Lawsuit Against Jeff Sessions, DEA and DOJ Goes to Court

NEW YORK: The lawsuit filed last July seeking to change the federal government's classification of marijuana from the Schedule I drug-classification will be before a New York district judge Wednesday. The New York Times reported that the defendants in the suit are United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Department of Justice and the Drug […]

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Categories: Enforcement, Government, Nationwide

Girl Scout Sells 312 Boxes of Cookies Outside of Dispensary

SAN DIEGO: A Girl Scout in San Diego sold out her entire stash of Girl Scout cookies in less than 6 hours when she and her father set upnear thefrontof the Urbn Leaf pot shop in San Diegothe weekend before last. The identity of the young Girl Scout is unknown.AGirl Scouts’ San DiegospokespersontoldThe San Diego […]

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Categories: California, Dispensaries

Utah Drops the Ball on Medical Marijuana Vote

SALT LAKE CITY: The state House voted to approve a bill legalizing medical marijuanaonFriday for patients who are terminally ill but voted against thecompanionbill that would provide patients a place to accessthemedical marijuana. The Salt Lake Tribunereportedthat the House passedHB195, whichallowsterminally ill patientswith 6 or fewer months left to liveto havemedical marijuana if their physician […]

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Categories: Legislation, Medical Benefits, Utah

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