Hilary Bricken, an attorney with international firm Harris Bricken, said in a blog post Thursday that centralizing all licensing and regulatory oversight into a single agency “is a very good move on behalf of the state.
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Some have before tried to “blend the curriculum – the British and the national Chinese – but now it looks like that’s not even a good idea,” said Arlo Kipfer, an attorney at US law firm Harris Bricken who has advised international schools in China.
“States are banning this stuff left and right,” said Griffen Thorne, a Los Angeles-based attorney for law firm Harris Bricken and a member of its corporate cannabis team.
I keep hearing of more and more state legislatures putting forward bills to regulate hemp,” said Adrián Cisneros Aguilar, an attorney in Mexico City and Los Angeles with the Harris Bricken firm who also teaches law and business at Universidad Anáhuac.
What [Clarence] Thomas is essentially doing is inviting a prospective plaintiff to bring a case before the Supreme Court regarding the interstate commerce clause and how it relates to cannabis prohibition. If the plaintiff were to win, depending on how that decision is written, it could effectively eliminate the federal government’s power to enforce cannabis prohibition.
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