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Arizona: A State With Potential for a Marijuana Boom
Arizona's marijuana industry is legally run by non-profits, however, legalization by the federal government could lead to a boom and big business takeover. When Arizona first passed, by a proposition vote, to allow medical marijuana, it was meant to be owned and operated only by non-profits. As the business and...
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Legal Cannabis: Savior of State Economies?
If interstate cannabis commerce is allowed by the federal government, could it bring thriving business to stagnating state economies? More and more states are heading towards the legalization of marijuana, however, there still remains issues that need to be addressed. As of now, it is illegal to grow marijuana legally...
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Former Bullhead City Police Department Manager Acquitted of Charges
Attorney Brad Rideout assists former BCPD Department Manager in clearing wrongful assault charges A former Bullhead City Police Department Manager, Bradley Oliver, was wrongfully accused of aggravated assault and obstructing government operations. The charges were brought up in an altercation involving a BCFD firefighter and Oliver while he was giving...
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San Francisco Getting Rid of Cash Bail?
San Francisco's District Attorney made a hallmark decision to end the cash bail system for the entire city. In an effort to increase public safety, save taxpayers' money, and demonstrate social justice, the San Francisco Attorney General Chesa Boudin ordered the city prosecutors to end requests for cash bail. California...
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Las Vegas Adds Another Controversial Law Labelled as “Anti-Homeless”
Las Vegas recently added a street cleaning law that penalized anyone who physically obstructs cleaners Las Vegas has been in the news quite often over the last few months for a controversial law that made it illegal to sleep on the street while shelter beds are available. Supporters claimed it...
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Prescott Homeowners’ Association Forces Orphaned Teen Out of Grandparents’ Home
A recently orphaned 15 year-old teenager in Prescott is being forced out of his grandparents' home by their HOA because of age restrictions. In Prescott, AZ, a teen who lost his parents a year ago has been staying with his grandparents ever since. Their home is in a community that...
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Maricopa County’s Diversion Program Eliminates Participation Fee
Maricopa County aims to keep nonviolent first-time offenders out of prison with waiving their diversion program's entry fee In the past, if you were a first time offender with a drug-related or non-violent crime, you could get out of prison time (depending on your case) by taking an expensive diversion...
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Nevada Re-Analyzes THC Blood Level Limit for Drivers
Nevada state lawmakers are coming together to create a better system of regulating drivers under the influence of marijuana. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is the measurement used for law enforcement and the medical field to determine how inebriated you are. BAC is pretty good indicator for impairment for everyone across...
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Clark County District Attorney Charging DUI Drivers with Murder
Clark County's District Attorney has started a new trend of charging fatal DUI drivers with second-degree murder New Year's is one of the most dangerous holidays on the road for drunk drivers, which means much more law enforcement on patrol. With an uptick in the odds of getting caught and...
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Nevada Police Increases Size of DUI Patrols for Holiday Season
As Arizona changes over to digital medical marijuana cards via email, the positive effects could be felt elsewhere. As the holiday season rolls by, the average person increases the frequency and intensity of their alcohol consumption. With this trend comes an increase in drivers under the influence. In response, police...
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