Tom Dean

One Problem And Multiple Different Ways To Solve It- Hemp

For the third consecutive year, the battle over Delta-8 and hemp-derived cannabinoids continues. In tackling a single issue, three distinct approaches emerge. Should delta-8 and hemp-derived cannabinoids be classified under the limited licensing umbrella of the marijuana monopoly industry, as proposed by HB2451, HB2452, and SB1076? Alternatively, do these cannabinoids belong under the jurisdiction of …

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MCSO Officers Now Making Their Own Concentrates

BY ALLISON STEIN When cannabis attorney Tom Dean’s office hosted an Arizona NORML meeting discussing the Smart and Safe Arizona initiative on Wednesday, Aug 14, Dean announced yet another new issue arising from the notorious “Jones Case.” According to Dean, legal counsel to Arizona NORML, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MSCO) is now running their …

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AZ’s Cannabis Bar Holds Public Seminar

BY ALLISON STEIN How many lawyers does it take to change a state’s cannabis laws? Wednesday the 26th hosted an all-day Arizona Cannabis Bar Association cannabis law seminar at Sheraton Grand at the Wildhorse Pass Casino in Chandler. The Arizona Cannabis Bar Association (ACBA) is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteer attorneys who work to advance …

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Supreme Court Rules Extracts Legal – Five experts weigh in

BY MIKEL WEISSER “AMMA defines “marijuana” as “all parts of [the] plant.” § 36-2801(8). The word “all,” one of the most comprehensive words in the English language, means exactly that.”—Arizona Supreme Court Kinda says it all, huh? Tuesday, May 28th at precisely 10am, the Arizona Supreme Court announced its decision on the Jones Case and …

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