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Feds revising cannabis questions for job applicants (Newsletter: November 23, 2022)

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President Joe Biden and top White House officials cheered Oregon’s governor for following his lead on issuing mass marijuana pardons.

The Office of Personnel Management is proposing to revise marijuana questions that people applying for federal jobs must answer “in recognition of changing societal norms” as more states move to enact legalization. The move may “improve the pool of applicants,” a Federal Register notice says.

The Food and Drug Administration sent warning letters to companies that sell CBD-infused foods and beverages.

Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee (D) announced that recreational marijuana sales will begin next week. Five existing medical cannabis dispensaries have been awarded “hybrid retail licenses.”

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