Tag: marijuana

Medical Marijuana Post-McIntosh

CUNY Law Review has published my piece: Medical Marijuana Post-McIntosh. United States v. McIntosh was a recent 9th Circuit decision stating that federal law prohibits the prosecution of these cases when the defendants are otherwise in compliance with state law.  If you

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A Look Inside New York’s Medical Marijuana Scene

Robert Greenberg was recently featured in this video about New York’s Medical Marijuana laws. Robert L. Greenberg is a member of both the NORML Legal Committee and the New York Cannabis Bar Association.  He is at the forefront of this exciting

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New York Medical Marijuana Regulations

It’s not an April Fools Joke.  On March 31st, New York officially released its regulations for Medical Marijuana.  They can be found here: PDF. These are brand-new regulations, so their impact is still unclear, but here are some notable points.

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Marines to Alcohol Test

The U.S. Marine Corps will now be conducting regular, random breath alcohol tests.  Marines will be required to submit to a breathalyzer test and those who register a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of .01 or greater will receive counseling.

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Legal Pot Complicates Drug-Free Workplace Policies

Just because it’s legal, doesn’t mean it’s ok. Marijuana is now legal in several states, but drug-free workplace policies have not yet been updated to reflect these updates.  It is important that drug-free workplace policies are updated to keep pace

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