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Oregon begins hemp inspections, looking for illegal pot farms - Portland Business Journal
Oregon has begun inspections aimed at ferreting out THC cannabis being grown under cover of the state's hemp program.
Eviction moratorium exceeds CDC authority, federal court rules
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention unlawfully placed a temporary hold on tenant evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Historic Performing Arts District Haunt Hayes Street Grill Returns to Serve Opera-Goers
After a 16-month pandemic hibernation and four months after its 42nd anniversary, the legendary Hayes Street Grill is reopening.
'A Warning Shot': Regulators Are Coming for the Massive Crypto Loan Industry
Image: Bloomberg / Contributor via Getty Images Three states issued regulatory actions against cryptocurrency savings and loans service BlockFi this week, with New Jersey, Alabama, and Texas each alleging that the firm is selling unregistered securities with its service that lets users earn interest on crypto holdings.
Understanding Eminent Domain - Social Media Explorer
It's nice to think that we're living the American dream. Some of us have basically "arrived" with the house, the job, the family, the freedom.
How an Environmental Watchdog of the Hudson River Spends Sundays
From osprey nests to toxic cleanups, John Lipscomb monitors it all from aboard his 36-foot wooden boat.
For more than two decades, John Lipscomb has been the eyes and ears of New York's waterways.
Advocates push for better response to homeless encampments after violence at Lamport Stadium | CBC News
Aliya Pabani is just one of many people who think there has to be a better way to handle Toronto's homeless encampments than the mayhem that broke out at Lamport Stadium park on Wednesday.
Will San Francisco Restaurants and Bars Require Proof of Vaccination?
Bars and restaurants in San Francisco are considering whether to require proof of Covid-19 from customers prior to serving them, according to reporting from the San Francisco Chronicle and sources interviewed by the The Bold Italic.
Right to Repair at the FTC
In a unanimous vote among the five commissioners, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will move forward with a new policy regarding the right-to-repair.
Federal judge blocks Arkansas law banning gender confirming healthcare for trans youth
A federal judge temporarily blocked a law that would ban gender-affirming healthcare to transgender youth in Arkansas.