House passes MORE Act, voting yes to end federal cannabis prohibition but still needs to pass Senate

Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith reports on the MORE Act passing in the House. #MoreAct #cannabis #YahooFinance For 2020 election results please visit: Election results: https://www.yahoo.com/elections Subscribe to Yahoo Finance: https://yhoo.it/2fGu5Bb About Yahoo Finance: At Yahoo Finance, you get free stock quotes, up-to-date news, portfolio management resources, international market data, social…

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Cannabis Business News – Marijuana Ballot Questions and Legalization Bills Likely To Pass?

[embedded content] This week’s Weed Talk NEWS looks at the upcoming election and what is on the ballot for marijuana voting As you get ready to vote this week, the Weed Talk NEWS crew sits down and discusses which ballot questions are likely to pass when it comes to marijuana…

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South Dakota Medical Marijuana Initiative Likely to Pass According to Poll

A poll taken of voters in South Dakota revealed that most voters support legalizing medical cannabis, showing that the ballot measure could have a real chance of passing this November  However, on the other hand, it also revealed that recreational cannabis is only favored by a small margin of voters,…

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How to Use Quick Fix Synthetic Urine to Pass a Marijuana Drug Test

During recruitment, most companies have made it a practice to include marijuana drug tests in the process. The results of these tests help decide which of the most qualified candidates will get the job. It’s also a way for companies to learn more about potential employees beyond the interview process.…

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Virginia Lawmakers Pass Bills To Ban Searches Based On Marijuana Odor

Lawmakers in Virginia have passed two bills that prohibit law enforcement officers from conducting warrantless searches based solely on the odor of marijuana. The measures, Senate Bill 5029 and House Bill 5058, have been approved by both legislative bodies and await the signature of Democratic. Gov. Ralph Northam to become…

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