D.C. Mayor Signs Bill Providing Workplace Protections For Marijuana Consumers
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser D has signed a bill that bans most workplaces from firing or otherwise punishing employees for marijuana use.
The mayor sent the measure back to the District Council on Tuesdays deadline for action, about a month after the local lawmakers approved the legislation from Councilmember Trayon White D. It must still undergo a congressional review period before formally becoming law.
The reform is designed to expand on a previous measure lawmakers approved to protect local government employees against workplace discrimination due to their us.... View more in new window
marijuanamoment.net | July 8, 2022
California Seeks To Standardize Marijuana Testing To Prevent THC Laboratory Shopping
ND Legal Pot Initiative Hands in Signatures, No More Sales Tax for NJ MedMJ Patients
North Dakota Marijuana Legalization Initiative Campaign Says It Has Sufficient Signatures, Will Hand Them in Monday. David Owen, the chairman of Legalize ND, the group trying to qualify a marijuana legalization initiative for the November ballot, said Thursday that the group has gathered at least 21,400 raw voter signatures and will probably add more before turning them in on Monday, the deadline for turning in signatures. The initiative needs 15,582 valid voter signatures to qualify, leaving a fairly comfortable cushion to make the ballot even if some signatures are invali.... View more in new window
NORML | June 28, 2022
House Appropriations Committee Approves Amendment to Protect Legal State Marijuana Programs
The House Committee on Appropriations voted today to approve an amendment that would prevent the Department of Justice from interfering with legal adult-use marijuana programs as part of the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies appropriations legislation for Fiscal Year 2023.
The bipartisan amendment, introduced by Reps. Barbara Lee D-CA and David Joyce R-OH, with the non-committee support of past champions Reps. Earl Blumenauer D-OR, Tom McClintock R-CA, and Eleanor Holmes Norton D-DC, would bar the DOJ from using resources to interfere with the ability of sta.... View more in new window
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