Wednesday, August 5, 2015

WW: Officers in weed raid want privacy protected, no pot salads in Georgia

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Remember that raid of a Santa Ana medical marijuana dispensary that captured police officers joking about kicking patients and eating what looks like pot food? Well, those officers are suing to prevent it being used in an internal investigation because it violates their privacy.


Good news! All that pot you smoked in high school won’t cause you physical or mental health problems such as depression, psychotic symptoms or asthma as an adult, according to a recent study. However, the study only studied boys.


Georgia police: A bag of marijuana is not a salad.


The founders of a credit union that would serve the legal pot industry is suing the feds, alleging that it is improperly being kept from the nation’s banking system.


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