Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
- OH Attorneys Get Thumbs Up to Take Medical Cannabis Clients
(Marijuana Business Daily: News, 21 September 2016)
Ohio’s Supreme Court affirmed that lawyers in the state will be allowed to serve medical cannabis business clients, much to the relief of hopeful cannabis entrepreneurs.
- The NFL’s top advocate for medical marijuana takes Maryland regulators to court
- (The Cannabist, 21 September 2016)
Until he was released from the Baltimore Ravens this year, Eugene Monroe was the NFL’s foremost advocate for allowing players to use medical marijuana. Now he’s a partner in a company suing Maryland regulators for rejecting its application to grow the drug.
- Snyder signs medical marijuana regulations into law
(Crain’s Detroit Business, 21 September 2016)
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law new marijuana regulations that he says clarify Michigan’s 8-year-old voter-approved initiative that legalized the drug for medical use.
- Missouri voters won’t see medical marijuana on November ballot
(The Cannabist, 21 September 2016)
A proposal to allow medical marijuana in Missouri won’t go to voters this year because of an insufficient number of valid signatures, a judge has ruled.
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