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Cannabis Experts Share How 2017 Changed Legal Marijuana

Benzinga

Even Alabama Republicans Disagree With Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Views On Marijuana Legalization.

Becerra, Other California Reps Reject Sessions’ Move to Renew Federal Pot Prosecution

Jeff Sessions will allow the federal government to prosecute cannabis in states where it is legal

Oregon Cannabis Businesses and Consumers Probably Won’t Be a Target For Federal Prosecutors

Oregon leaders denounce Sessions move on legal pot

Industry, Advocates, Lawmakers React to Cole Memo Rescission

Keep Calm and Carry On: U.S. Cannabis Industry Reacts to Jeff Sessions’ Pot Policy Change

Sessions rescinds Cole Memo

THE ANTI-COLE MEMO – DAY 2 REACTIONS FROM LAWYERS

Cannabis Industry Insiders Take Sessions To Task For Threatening Marijuana Crackdown

It’s unclear how state could block pot prosecutions

Sessions’ move could slow cannabis investment money, but analysts doubt long-term impact

“I was impressed with the sheer size of the event. It was great to see how far the industry has progressed in such a short time.” — Brad Blommer, Green Light Law Group, LLC

“The regulatory body governing Oregon’s recreational marijuana program created a regulation specifically allowing employees of a licensed marijuana facility, who are medical marijuana cardholders, to consume marijuana within the facility,” notes cannabis industry attorney Brad Blommer of Portland-based Green Light Law Group.

Cannabis law experts weigh in on what to do if someone steals your homegrown stash in a legal state.

8 May 2017

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GreenSea’s Jon Russell had the chance to chat with Perry N. Salzhauer, one of the partners from the Green Light Law Group. Green Light based in Portland, Oregon serving the interests of the cannabis industry.

Clean Slate, is partnered with Portland-based law firm Green Light Law Group. The organization is still in its infancy, and is currently taking applications from those who want to benefit from the program.