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February 27, 2015

So many modern marijuana reform stories, so little time (but lots of space at MLP&R)

As briefly noted in a prior post, today I have been attending and participating in the first ever Tribal Marijuana Conference.  In part because the conference is so well-conceived and in part because the issues are so dynamic and multi-faceted, I have learned a lot on many fronts relating both to modern tribal law and the many fascinating legal, social and political issues that modern marijuana reform necessarily raises (some event basics here via MLP&R).  Though I am not able to process all the issues discussed today, let alone effectively blog about them all, I will close my work week by just linking to some recent posts now up at Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform:

 

NATIONAL/FEDERAL STORIES AND DEVELOPMENTS

 

STATE/DC STORIES AND DEVELOPMENTS

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Marijuana now kosher for medical use.

http://forward.com/articles/215113/medical-marijuana-may-soon-get-kosher-stamp-of-app/?p=all

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Feb 27, 2015 11:19:26 PM

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