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NC medical marijuana bill approved by another Senate panel

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Legislation to legalize marijuana for medical use in North Carolina advanced through another Senate panel on Wednesday.

Editorial Roundup: Florida

South Florida Sun Sentinel. July 16, 2021. Editorial: The Legislature abused Floridians’ approval of medical marijuana. Now, the courts are too Whether medical marijuana is wise or necessary is not for Florida’s courts to say.
Cointreau maker sues Canopy Growth over Quatreau drinks with similar-sounding name

Cointreau maker sues Canopy Growth over Quatreau drinks with similar-sounding name

SMITHS FALLS, Ont. — Cointreau Corp. is suing Canopy Growth Corp. for trademark violations over the cannabis producer's Quatreau line of sparking cannabidiol beverages.

Editorial Roundup: North Carolina

Charlotte Observer. July 15, 2021. Editorial: NC Senate leader says he wants Critical Race Theory debate.

Court: Department bears burden of pot application redactions

HARRISBURG, Pa.
The Latest: Top shooter tests positive, will miss Tokyo

The Latest: Top shooter tests positive, will miss Tokyo

TOKYO — The Latest on the Tokyo Olympics, which are taking place under heavy restrictions after a year's delay because of the coronavirus pandemic: Top-ranked shooter Amber Hill has tested positive for COVID-19 at home in Britain and will miss the To
White's 2 goals give Britain 2-0 win over Chile in Tokyo

White's 2 goals give Britain 2-0 win over Chile in Tokyo

SAPPORO, Japan — Ellen White scored a pair of goals and Britain opened the Olympic women's soccer tournament with a 2-0 victory over Chile on Wednesday. Lauren Hemp's header put the ball in front of White for a close-in goal in the 18th minute.

Public event set in WVa for medical cannabis registration

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia residents with serious medical conditions can register with the state at an upcoming public event for medical cannabis products.
Man sues police for defamation after charges dropped

Man sues police for defamation after charges dropped

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina man whose charges were dropped after police body camera footage showed he did not fight an officer who attacked him is suing the city of Rock Hill and U.S Rep. Ralph Norman for defamation.

Virginia looking for its first cannabis attorney

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — With recreational marijuana use recently legalized , Virginia's attorney general is seeking applicants interested in serving as the state's first cannabis attorney.