Articles on Marijuana

Busted with brownies? Illinois law turns chocolate into weed By Paul C. Meyers Criminal Justice, June 2018 The legal interpretation of the weight of cannabis in edibles varies by state. However, most states equate the total weight of the pot-laced edibles with the weight they can legally charge someone with possessing cannabis.
Golden nuggets in marijuana decision By Jewel N. Klein General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, February 2018 The recent case of Three v. Dep’t of Public Health addresses several areas of law of interest not only to those who do administrative law, but to general practitioners as well.
Medical marijuana comes to Illinois—What it means for Illinois employers By E. Jason Tremblay Labor and Employment Law, December 2013 Now that Illinois allows the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes, employers in this state should take steps now to understand the new law and to prepare for its consequences.

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