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NBA No Longer Randomly Drug Screening In-Season

Over the last year, cannabis has made more strides socially. The negative perception is leading more companies and organizations to do away with cannabis drug screening and its repercussions altogether. Most recently, the NBA and NBPA have decided to indefinitely refrain from cannabis drug testing. The choice was to extend a policy created last year …

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Illicit Businesses & Growers Led to Grow Seized in Oklahoma

A search warrant for one of the farms near Depew was served before the event occurred. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority aided in the investigation; finding that even though one of the businesses had proper licensing, it was selling cannabis out-of-state as well as on the illicit market. The raids were a result of the state’s health department and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority looking to expand compliance and enforcement efforts. Bureau spokesman, Mark Woodward, explained that licensing is where they are seeing the most crime at the moment; but, the department has been overwhelmed and stretched to their limit. As a result, illicit growers and “ghost owners” hide behind their lack of manpower.

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Kool Cigarettes Successfully Sues Cannabis Company, Bloom

Tobacco giant, Kool, brought a copyright infringement case against a California-based cannabis company, Bloom. The cannabis lawsuit stated that although the Bloom logo was not identical to Kool, it held enough similarity to confuse the two. The likeness refers specifically to the interlocking O’s featured in both logos. Kool has been an established tobacco brand …

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