Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what’s happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
- Delaware Panel Continues to Eye Details of Legalizing Pot
(Insurance Journal: News, 4 October 2017)
A state task force is continuing to examine issues surrounding legalized recreational use of marijuana.
- Maryland grants medical marijuana licenses to eight businesses
(Marijuana Business Daily: News, 4 October 2017)
Maryland regulators have given eight more medical marijuana companies the green light to begin operations, a positive sign for a program that’s been fraught with problems.
- Alaska voters reject local bans on legalized marijuana by wide margins
(The Cannabist: The Cannabist, 4 October 2017)
Voters in some parts of Alaska rejected efforts to ban commercial marijuana cultivation and retail sales, three years after the nation’s largest state passed a voter initiative legalizing recreational use.
And finally, a peek into the early years of some of our Supreme Court Justices:
- Argument analysis: The justices get personal in probable-cause argument
(Supreme Court of the United States: SCOTUSblog, 4 October 2017)
When the justices took the bench this morning to hear oral argument in District of Columbia v. Wesby, there were two young children, dressed in their Sunday best, seated in the front row of the public section.
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