Please go home sir, the whole Benjamin Button thing is creepy. It appears that the other shoe has finally dropped. This week Attorney General Jeff Sessions called on congressional leaders to “reconsider their support” of the Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment. In typical Trump administration fashion, … Read more about Jeff Sessions and His Not-So-Secret Agenda
The Rodman Law Group is pleased to announce that Katherine M. Barry is joining our team in a dual role as a paralegal and employment consultant specializing in employment disputes, best practices for company policies, and state unemployment matters. Ms. Barry first worked in the legal industry … Read more about RLG’s Newest Team Member
The Rodman Law Group supports Gail Schwartz in her campaign for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District (and you should too). It's always a bit controversial for a law firm to support a political candidate given the multitude of political views its clients have, but given the significance of this … Read more about Please Join us supporting Gail Schwartz
The governor of Pennsylvania signed off on a measure Sunday that permits the consumption of marijuana for the treatment of specific diseases or symptoms of those diseases. Governor Wolf’s office issued a statement that said that this measure “will improve the quality of life for patients and their … Read more about Pennsylvania Becomes the 24th State to Legalize Cannabis
As you may or may not know, the majority of the drugs in this country—both prescription and recreational—are regulated according to the “Schedule” they fall into. The scheduling system has five levels (I-V) and was established by the Controlled Substances Act. The restrictions and regulations … Read more about Schedule I?
If there is one thing that I can’t seem to get off my soapbox about, its industrial hemp and the impact it is going to have on a great many aspects of our everyday life. We’ve talked about the relative ease of its cultivation and how it could be grown on a truly gigantic scale (potentially hundreds … Read more about The Rise of CBD (and How it Can Benefit Hemp Growers)
12 Plant Count Limit in Effect In what is becoming a disturbing trend across in this state, El Paso County joins Denver in limiting the number of plants a medical marijuana patient may grow on their own property. This move cannot be countered with a Doctors authorized additional plant count … Read more about El Paso County Drastically Limits Plant Counts For Patients
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