Police departments across the country are now requiring officers to wear body cameras. But a study released in the District of Columbia found that the camera requirement for officers in D.C. has had no significant effect on reducing complaints against officers or police use of force.
Two years after Maryland legalized medical marijuana, a state commission is finalizing the application process for those who want a license to grow, process and dispense it. Each of the 15 state-authorized grower’s licenses will cost $125,000 a year, suggesting that applicants will plan large-scale operations so they can cover the fee and also make a profit. We explore the impending arrival of a medical cannabis industry in Maryland and the timeline for getting the product to patients.
- Hannah Byron Executive Director, Natalie M. LaPrada Medical Cannabis Commission in Maryland
- Deborah Miran Member of the Natalie M. LaPrada Medical Cannabis Commission
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