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June 15, 2018

Some state highlights from Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform

It has been nearly two months since I did a full round-up of posts of note from the blogging I do over at Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform, but I have this week highlighted a few of many recent posts on federal marijuana reform developments and on marijuana expungement activities.  Because I am likely to be off line for all of Friday, I will head into the weekend by here doing a round-up of recent state marijuana reform postings from MLP&R (in alphabetical order):

June 15, 2018 at 12:24 AM | Permalink


Lawyer question.

If I wish to work in a dispensary of medical marijuana, will a prior conviction of marijuana possession disqualify me? In PA, a disqualifying conviction must be relevant to the job. So, a pedophile may be disqualified to work in daycare, but may work as a cashier. A thief may be disqualified to work as a cashier, but may work in a daycare.

Posted by: David Behar | Jun 15, 2018 4:25:12 PM

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