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The Californian pot companies plead to postpone rigorous testing rules

LOS ANGELES – Nearly 150 marijuana companies in California warned on Friday that they could suffer crippling financial losses if the state does not renew a July 1 deadline and sets stringent standards for pot trials and packaging. In a letter to Governor Jerry Brown, The United Cannabis Business Association said the changes would further unsettle the looming legal market, …

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Pot companies urge California to postpone rigorous testing rules

FILE – This Saturday, November 11th, 2017 file photo a salesman shows one of a selection of marijuana strains during the High Times Harvest Cup in San Bernardino, California. Several marijuana stores in California warned Friday, June 29, 2018 that they could suffer significant financial losses, unless the state extends a July 1 deadline that sets strict standards for pot …

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Pot companies urge California to postpone rigorous testing rules

Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. More national news LOS ANGELES (AP) – Almost 150 marijuana companies in California warned on Friday that they could suffer crippling financial losses unless the state extends a July 1 deadline that is severe Standards for pot testing and packaging imposed. In …

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Pot companies urge California to postpone rigorous testing rules

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Almost 150 marijuana companies in California warned on Friday that they could suffer crippling financial losses if the state does not renew a July 1 deadline and sets stringent standards for pot trials and packaging , In a letter According to Jerry Brown, the United Cannabis Business Association, the changes would further unsettle the burgeoning legal …

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Judge proposes Kentucky Medicaid labor rules

WASHINGTON – A federal judge on Friday blocked Kentucky's tightly monitored plan to force many Medicaid beneficiaries to work as a condition of coverage, volunteer or train a job. Judge James E. Boasberg of the Columbia District Court, an Obama-appointed chairman, ruled that the Trump government's approval of the plan was "arbitrary and capricious" because it had not sufficiently considered …

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Californian lawmakers have just introduced new privacy rules targeting Facebook, Google, and other technology giants

Californian MP Ed Chau (D), left, and State Senator Bob Hertzberg (D) celebrate Tuesday after their privacy legislation is approved by the State Senate Judiciary Committee in Sacramento. (Rich Pedroncelli / AP) Californian lawmakers passed far-reaching new rules Thursday restricting the practices of collecting data from Amazon.com, Facebook, Google, and Uber, which could soon spur other states and Congress to …

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California lawmakers enforce strict new online privacy rules that could be a model for other states

CLOSE He talks about privacy, immigration and speaks. Time Rally for online privacy in New York in 2016. (Photo: Justin Lane, EPA) SAN FRANCISCO – Consumers in California would enjoy a comprehensive online privacy be granted bill passed by state legislators. If the new law were signed by Governor Jerry Brown on Thursday, it would be one of the nation's …

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South Korea must offer civilian alternatives to military service, court rules

SEOUL, South Korea – The South Korean Constitutional Court on Thursday called on the government to introduce civilian forms of conscientious objectors who prevent hundreds of young men from being put in prison for conscientious or conscientious objection to religious beliefs each year. In a seminal ruling, the court ruled that Article 5 of the country's military service law is …

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Google introduces new internal rules to improve its culture

Photo: Michele Tantussi (Getty) Google introduced new policies and guidelines for internal communications last week, in response to employees urging the company for months to address their concerns about workplace harassment. Google boss Sundar Pichai announced the changes in a company-wide e-mail highlighting the company's efforts to maintain its open corporate culture while ensuring respectful communication among its employees. Current …

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