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SOUTH DAKOTA

Citing "carveouts" for the medical cannabis industry, critics removed a provision appearing to protect dispensaries from wanton police searches.
Senate Bill 46 sailed 8-2 through House State Affairs on Wednesday. The measure would authorize lawsuits against school, university officials over transgender girls and women in sports.
Admissions and scholarship staff will be available to offer assistance at the Feb. 15 event.
The measures range from limiting "doctor-shopping" for medical marijuana certifications to adding physician assistants to list of medical professionals who can prescribe cannabis

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Before casting his vote in favor of banning home-grow, Rep. Spencer Gosch said he doesn’t disagree with the will of the people, but noted voters elect lawmakers to fix laws before implementing them.
Some attorneys these days, breaking from tradition, are more inclined to adopt technology; but not all of them.
Senate Democrats were joined by five Republicans in their attempt to vote the bill down.

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North Dakota agents drop meaningful speculation in finale of two days of testimony to the House Select Committee on Investigation
Original policy required a minimum of three cannabis plants to be grown, but lawmakers wanted to change it to a maximum of three.
The advisory board is appointed by the governor and includes members of the tourism industry and citizen representatives from across the state.

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