Forget everything you thought you knew about marijuana and a man’s seed.
Voters could decide as early as 2018.
This could be huge.
“The only thing [McElfresh] did wrong,” said her attorney Eugene Iredale, “was to advise a client in a field of law where the rules are rapidly changing, and what is legal and is not legal is not entirely clear on any particular point.”
“If we win,” Joseph A. Bondy, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, told Leafly, “we win the overturning of the federal cannabis law.”
The case involved a company headquartered in California, but don’t get too excited.
The good news is that most pot-sniffing dogs will keep their jobs. The bad news: they could cause a legal nightmare for police.
The short answer is yes.
The United States Postal Service (UPS) is suing three California-based pot delivery services for using names and logos that seem awfully similar to the multinational package delivery company’s.