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Video of Georgia officer handing back marijuana during traffic stop goes viral - Cannabis News
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A video of a Gwinnett County police officer handing back marijuana to a driver during a traffic stop has gone viral.
Massachusetts regulators approve home delivery, cannabis cafes - Cannabis News
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Do you want legal, tested marijuana delivered to your door, without worrying that the police will show up next? Soon, that will be a reality in Massachusetts.
Colorado marijuana companies are subject to federal labor laws despite being illegal, court rules - Cannabis News
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A U.S. appeals court has ruled workers in Colorado’s marijuana industry are subject to overtime pay rules and other federal labor protections even if the industry itself is federally illegal.
California's cannabis black market has eclipsed its legal one - Cannabis News
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"We’re the only state to go recreational and see a year-over-year reduction in legal sales."
There Will Be Lawsuits: Legal Fallout From Vape Cart Crisis Is Coming - Cannabis News
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What will be the legal fallout from the vaping health crisis?
In era of legal pot, can police search cars based on odor? - Cannabis News
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Sniff and search is no longer the default for police in some of the 33 states that have legalized marijuana.
What if NY legalizes marijuana but NJ doesn't? Cops prep for legal weed border battle - Cannabis News
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While the debate over New Jersey marijuana legalization has largely become a question of "will they or won't they," law enforcement officials are preparing for the most likely scenario. What if "they" don't legalize weed ... but a neighboring state does?
DEA Wants 3.2 Million Grams Of Marijuana Legally Grown In 2020 - Cannabis News
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The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) wants 3,200,000 grams of marijuana to be legally grown in the U.S. next year, the agency announced in a notice set to be published on Thursday.
Can You Bring Legally Purchased Marijuana to the Airport? That Depends - Cannabis News
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Differences in state and federal laws have led to confusion for some travelers.
Five years in, Washington State considers overhaul of pot regulation - Cannabis News
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“We’ve typically been so challenged with the issues of the day we haven’t been looking out long-term to determine what the future looks like."
Colorado Adds Marijuana Fungus Testing Requirements - Cannabis News
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Commercial marijuana products in Colorado will soon be subject to further testing for dangerous fungus, according to the state Marijuana Enforcement Division.
American Bar Association Urges Congress To Let States Set Their Own Marijuana Policies - Cannabis News
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The American Bar Association (ABA) adopted a resolution on Monday that calls on Congress to allow states to set their own marijuana policies and recommends rescheduling or descheduling cannabis under federal law.
Illinois Governor Signs Bill Expansion Of Medical Marijuana Law - Cannabis News
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Illinois Governor JB Pritzker signed two measures expanding what conditions are included for the state’s medical marijuana program and who’s allowed to authorize it.
Burlington, Vermont police report: Vehicle searches plummet after marijuana legalization - Cannabis News
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There are a few notable observations about the ways in which marijuana legalization have affected traffic enforcement: Searches were "rare" following changes to marijuana laws in the state.
Pennsylvania Green Lights Medical Marijuana For Anxiety - Cannabis News
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The measure brings the number of conditions that can be treated by medical marijuana in Pennsylvania to 23.
Marijuana is legal in Massachusetts, but not off its shores - Cannabis News
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“If you are planning to take a boat ride this summer in federal waters, leave your cannabis at home."

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