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AGs Urge Creation of Safe Harbor for Financial Institutions Serving Cannabis Businesses

Writing as co-chairs of the National Association of Attorneys General Federalism Committee, Ohio AG Dave Yost and Colorado AG Philip Weiser wrote a letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell urging them to bring the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act to the Senate floor for a vote…

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AG Moody Bans Eight Synthetic Opioids In Florida

On April 26, Florida AG Ashley Moody issued an emergency rule adding eight synthetic opioids to Florida’s Schedule I of controlled substances. The drugs, which are categorized as nitazenes, are available on the dark web and throughout the illegal drug market. They are not approved for medical use and , since 2020 alone, have been…

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New Jersey AG Declares Police Officers Cannot Face Discipline for Off-Duty Cannabis Consumption

As the highest-ranking law enforcement officer, a state’s attorney general sets the tone for other state and local law enforcement agencies at all levels, by not only setting broad policy initiatives but also interpreting laws that impact officers in their day-to-day duties

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E-Cigarette Retailer to Pay $50 Million to Settle Suit over Marketing to Teens

Massachusetts AG Maura Healey reached a settlement with e-cigarette retailer Eonsmoke, LLC and related individuals (collectively, “Eonsmoke”) to resolve allegations that Eonsmoke’s marketing and advertising targeted youths in violation of the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act.

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