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[Florida] WEINER/MENENDEZ: Right Result on Judicial Campaign Solicitations

Supreme Court upheld limits on the ability of judicial candidates to personally solicit campaign contributions...focused on the integrity of the judiciary, but the integrity of our other democratic institutions is equally important — and can also be compr
National Law Journal
added May 27, 2015 14:57
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[Maryland] AUDIO: Smoking pot in public and other bills get the veto by Hogan

Another bill Hogan vetoed would have decriminalized smoking marijuana in public
WTOP Radio (Washington, DC)
added May 25, 2015 09:26

PLETKA: Another View: History of smoking policy offers lesson regarding guns /Just as with nonsmokers, noncarriers have rights, too.

just as with nonsmokers, noncarriers have rights, too....the Declaration of Independence (as well as the Ninth Amendment?) also allows my – perhaps even greater – “inherent and inalienable” rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Portland (ME) Press-Herald
added May 24, 2015 21:39

[New York] The Who Hits 50 at Nassau Coliseum: Smoke impacts Roger Daltrey's voice

Daltrey has a well-known allergy to marijuana smoke that affects his throat and singing voice, a condition the band even emphasized during the informational slides it projected before its set. The smoke's impact was almost immediate on his voice, which
(Long Island, NY) Newsday
added May 24, 2015 21:42

Roger Daltrey of The Who threatens to walk off stage over pot-smoking fans

Daltrey has a well-known allergy to marijuana smoke that affects his throat and singing voice. The Who emphasized the need for a smoke-free environment in the informational slides they projected before Wednesday’s concert, Newsday said.
Washington Times
added May 24, 2015 21:41

[UK] How cannabis wrecks the lungs: Those who have even ONE joint a week are suffer more breathing problems than those who smoke regular tobacco

However, people who had been heavy users had a persistent cough and wheeze even after they cut down or quit, suggesting heavy cannabis use can have long-term affects on the lungs. The study's lead author, Dr Bob Hancox, an associate professor at the Un
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 19, 2015 15:43

Scientists Test Secondhand Smoke Effects Of Marijuana, Find 'Contact High' Is Real

Smoking marijuana in an unventilated room — “hotboxing,” to the uninitiated — is a surefire way to increase a person’s physiological effects to the drug, a new study finds, thus confirming empirically what anecdotal evidence has taught pot smokers for dec
Medical Daily
added May 15, 2015 20:50

Non-smoker exposure to secondhand cannabis smoke II: Effect of room ventilation on the physiological, subjective, and behavioral/cognitive effects

Room ventilation has a pronounced effect on exposure to secondhand cannabis smoke. Under extreme, unventilated conditions, secondhand cannabis smoke exposure can produce detectable levels of THC in blood and urine, minor physiological and subjective drug
Drug and Alcohol Dependence
added May 15, 2015 15:35

Secondhand marijuana smoke can cause range of detectable effects, study finds

Marijuana's active ingredient can show up in tests even for nonsmokers, if they've had concentrated exposure to secondhand smoke. That's one of the findings from the first comprehensive study on secondhand marijuana smoke since the 1980s, conducted by t
Johns Hopkins University
added May 15, 2015 15:33
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Exposure to secondhand cannabis smoke causes mild intoxication

Secondhand exposure to cannabis smoke under “extreme conditions,” such as an unventilated room or enclosed vehicle, can cause nonsmokers to feel the effects of the drug, have minor problems with memory and coordination, and in some cases test positive fo
added May 14, 2015 10:31
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