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“The [House Appropriations] Committee is concerned that the level of allowable THC content in hemp may be arbitrary and pose a burden on hemp producers that is not supported by science,” according to that committee’s report on the bill. Nathalie Bougenies pointed this out in her recent piece on Harris Bricken’s CannaLawBlog.
Mason Marks, who serves on the Oregon advisory board for psilocybin, told Marijuana Moment that this first report “could have practical implications for the program because it contains recommendations to the Oregon Health Authority,” but he added that the group’s recommendations “will evolve over time.”
The long list of advice to new practitioners starts with a check of the state’s ethics rules “to ensure your own fate,” said Hilary Bricken, with Harris Bricken in Seattle.
Dan Harris, attorney at Harris Bricken*, an international law firm that has warned clients on the legality of VIEs for more than a decade, said the Chinese Communist party had “lashed out at big companies and now all signs point to them going after VIEs”.
Dan Harris, an international lawyer and author at the China Law Blog, told VOA Mandarin that he believes democratic entities, such as the United States, Japan, Korea, Australia and the European Union, are going to realize they “need to enact special laws to deal with China and China’s hoovering of data.”