65 pounds of marijuana arrive with couple’s Amazon order
ORLANDO – Sixty-five pounds of marijuana arrived at a Florida couple’s home with an Amazon order.
WFTV reported that the customer and her fiancé immediately noticed how heavy the 27 gallons of storage containers they ordered were.
“We love Amazon and do a lot of shopping on Amazon,” the customer, who has asked not to be identified, told WFTV.
The couple said they noticed the strong odor of marijuana when they opened the containers.
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The group that manages the Toronto Stock Exchange are warning businesses with ties to the U.S. cannabis industry to make sure they are in compliance. The TMX Group advisedcompanies who are in violation of U.S. federal laws regarding marijuana could be delisted pending review.
Canada’s securities regulator coalition put out a press release Monday demanding that companies fully disclose the risks to their investors. Any business that isn’t fully compliant runs the risk of being delisted from the stock exchange.
Louis Morisset is the chairman of the Canadian Securities Administrators. He said in the release that “We expect issuers with marijuana-related activities in the U.S. to address the current legal and regulatory environment in their disclosures, including any risks that result from changes in the approach to enforcement of U.S. federal law.” The press release also cautioned that those in violation of U.S. federal law are also in violation of the Toronto Stock Exchange rules.
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Dallas Starting to Decriminalize Pot
DALLAS – Dallas County Commissioners have voted 4 to 1 to allow a program that decriminalizes marijuana possession. The new program is called “cite and release,” according to The Dallas Morning News.
The new measure will allow people caught will small amounts of marijuana to avoid going immediately to jail. Instead, those caught with weed will be fingerprinted and given a summons for a court date.
Those who show up at their court date will have to take a mug shot and be fingerprinted again. They will then see the judge and be set up with a lawyer for another court date. At that time, the DA will handle the case as usual. Those who miss the initial court date will have an arrest warrant against them signed by a judge.
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