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Columbus lawyer Elizabeth P. Kessler of Jones Day has been appointed to the Ohio Board of Regents, which oversees the state's public higher-education system.
Aug 5, 2013 Columbus (OH) Dispatch
added Aug 8, 2013 21:33
"Remember that I-502 proposes regulating marijuana similar to the way we regulate alcohol. You can't drink a beer going down the street and you shouldn't be able to smoke a joint," Holmes told KIRO Radio's Ross & Burbank. He's proposed a city ordinance
Jul 28, 2013 MyNorthwest.com (KIRO, KTTH, Seattle, WA)
added Jul 28, 2013 19:45
Currently, if someone smokes marijuana on the street police may only issue warnings, but Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes wants to change that.
Jul 25, 2013 King5 TV (Seattle, WA)
added Jul 28, 2013 19:40
it's the grin of a winner. This is the man the Brits have dubbed "The Wizard of Oz", a "supreme master of the dark arts" who worked on four successive election victories for John Howard in Australia before transferring his "evil genius" to the UK in 2005
Feb 9, 2013 The Australian (au)
added Jul 16, 2013 03:26
[Massachusetts] Officials: Municipalities Should Have Power to Ban Smoking Medical Marijuana in Public
State Rep. Cleon Turner says the legislature should have had control of the rules in regards to the passage of the pot laws.
Jun 17, 2013 Boston Magazine
added Jun 18, 2013 13:27
States and casinos racing to legalize online gaming may find some unwelcome visitors on their websites: product liability lawyers. ... Harshbarger, a former Massachusetts attorney general who led states' efforts against Big Tobacco, said he could not att
May 2, 2013 Reuters
added May 2, 2013 17:21
Mark Kleiman, professor of public policy at the UCLA School of Public Affairs, marijuana legalization consultant for Washington state, and co-author of Marijuana Legalization: What Everyone Needs To Know, kicks off a May series on marijuana with a look a
May 2, 2013 WNYC Radio
added May 2, 2013 11:54
Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that employees can still be fired for testing positive for the drug -- even if they never show up to work impaired. A divided panel of judges decided that because marijuana use is illegal under federal law, employ
Apr 25, 2013 NBC News
added Apr 26, 2013 05:19
Jones Day has just hired its sixth former law clerk from the last U.S. Supreme Court term, possibly setting a record for the most clerks hired by a single firm from a single term.
Mar 4, 2013 Law.com
added Mar 6, 2013 07:01
A pot smoking club opened in Denver for Super Bowl Sunday, where people could bring their own stash, light up, watch the game and eat snacks. Club 64 opens on special occasions at 2549 Welton St.
Feb 17, 2013 North Platte (NE) Bulletin
added Feb 17, 2013 15:02