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Cannabis Case In Washington Upholds Residency Requirement

The question remains as to whether or not Washington’s residency requirement would survive Dormant Commerce Clause analysis.

Federal Courts Are Going Backward On Cannabis

In 2020, state courts still seem to be a good bet for cannabis businesses in cannabis-legal states. But federal courts are sliding backward.

Top 5 Fresh Toast Stories Of The Week: Sept. 25, 2020

ICYMI: Here are the headlines making news this week on The Fresh Toast.

Murderer Avoids Jail Because ‘Cannabis Made Him Do It’

The French court claims a man who committed murder isn't responsible because he was under the influence of cannabis.

Police Have Been Ordered To Return California Man’s Personal Marijuana Stash

Although marijuana is legal in California, there has been some dispute over whether police can be prosecuted under federal law for returning personal stashes of marijuana to people.

Why Businesses Are Dropping Mandatory Marijuana Drug Testing

Bucking the hiring trend of the past 30 years, companies have stopped drug testing potential employees for marijuana.

Mistrial! What’s Next For The Church Of Cannabis?

The court case involving the City of Denver and the International Church of Cannabis was expected to be a gripping — and groundbreaking — trial.

Why Did It Take 7 Years For This Man To Get A Trial After Marijuana Bust?

Withstanding a calamity of “small neglects,” Joseph Tigano experienced “the most egregious trial delay it had ever seen,” wrote the United States Appeals Court for the Second Circuit.

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