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U.S. Secret Service Relaxes Past-Use Cannabis Policy for Applicants

Veriheal

Secret Service (USSS) recently loosened its applicant drug use policy to be more accommodating to past cannabis consumers. Before this policy, cannabis use within the past three years led to automatic disqualification. Cannabis is increasingly being legalized in many U.S.

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Law Firm Article: As More States Legalize Cannabis Use, GCs Are Rethinking Corporate Policies

Cannabis Law Report

Andrew Turnbull spoke with Corporate Counsel about how in-house counsel are reviewing corporate cannabis policies in light of new state laws allowing for medicinal marijuana use and the introduction of the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act. Turnbull (San Francisco). Morrison & Foerster LLP.

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Secret Service Revises Cannabis Policy, CBD’s Skincare Takeover, and Oregon’s First Psilocybin Facility

Veriheal

Secret Service Revises Cannabis Employment Policy In order to keep up with the growing movement for cannabis legalization, several federal organizations have revised their cannabis policies. Last month, the USSS announced an update to its employment policy. Secret Service (USSS) is the latest organization to follow suit.

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Nevada SC Rules “state law protecting “lawful activities” or “lawful off-duty conduct” does not apply to non-medical cannabis consumption”

Cannabis Law Report

In a decision last week, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled that the state law protecting “lawful activities” or “lawful off-duty conduct” does not apply to non-medical cannabis consumption, according to an Ogletree Deakins report. Court Rules Off-Duty Recreational Cannabis Use Not Protected By Nevada State Law.

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Majority of Virginians Favor Legalizing Marijuana

NORML

A University of Mary Washington survey shows 61 percent of Virginians favor legalizing the adult use of marijuana. “It comes as no surprise that a majority of Virginians support legalizing marijuana. . “It comes as no surprise that a majority of Virginians support legalizing marijuana.

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Google Changes Its CBD Advertising Policies

Canna Law Blog

However, Google recently has decided to relax its advertising policies– at least around hemp and hemp CBD products. Advertisers will, among many other things, need to: Demonstrate the product’s compliance with all other (legal and regulatory) standards. But not all cannabis advertising is created equal on Google.

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New Legislation Introduced To Protect State-Legal Marijuana Programs

NORML

The most essential component in creating a stable business environment to meet consumer demand is certainty, and that is what states and businesses would have with Congressman Correa’s legislation to protect state-lawful programs from potential rouge US Attorneys under a Department of Justice likely to be led by known drug warrior William Barr.

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