Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
Court: Out-of-state license plates don’t justify search
(Washington Times, 23 August 2016)
Law enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists just for having out-of-state license plates from states that have legalized marijuana, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
- Oklahoma: Medical Marijuana Moving Toward November Ballot
(High Times: News, 25 August 2016)
While much of the nation has turned a blind eye to a modest signature-collecting campaign in Oklahoma working to legalize a statewide medical marijuana program, it was revealed earlier this week that the group behind the proposal has managed to collect gain enough support from the voters to earn a spot on the ballot in the upcoming November election.
- It’s a no-go in Michigan: Judge rules the legalization question won’t make ballot
(The Cannabist, 24 August 2016)
A group trying to legalize Michigan marijuana for recreational use has failed to persuade a judge to put the question on the fall ballot.
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