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Who’s in? California recall candidate list draws confusion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The official list of who's running in California's recall election of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom remained unsettled Sunday, with conservative talk radio host Larry Elder maintaining he should be included and state officials giving no details as to why he wasn't.

Column: A few puffs and a bad rule do Sha’Carri Richardson in

She could have — make that should have — been a breakout star in an Olympics desperate for any kind of positive jolt. Sha'Carri Richardson has the look and she has the goods, and it wasn’t out of the question to picture her walking around Tokyo with a pair of gold medals draped around her neck.

Commentary: Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension from the Olympics shows how wild, crazy, and ridiculous anti-doping rules can be

PHILADELPHIA – If you’re weighing in on or merely contemplating the story of Sha’Carri Richardson – the 21-year-old sprinter who won the 100-meter dash at the U.S. Olympic Trials only to be disqualified, because of a positive marijuana test, from competing in the event at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo this month – it’s probably a good idea to keep one name in mind:

Yogastey focuses on consistent CBD

One of the traditional facets of modern business is the so-called middleman. You know, the entity that stands between the producer of a product and those who seek to purchase said product.

Strain review: Lemon Time

Appearance: The packaging gives a few hints of the quality, craft cannabis within, stating, “Slow Cured Small Batch and Packaged Fresh.” There is no transparency in the package, perhaps to prevent ultraviolet degradation, but it also can enhance the anticipation of what awaits inside.

Study explores potential cannabis related health concerns to protect industry workers

The University of Washington’s Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, or DEOHS, is seeking cannabis users and non-users who do not work in the cannabis industry to participate in a research study to explore potential health risks, including respiratory symptoms and cannabis allergy, associated with cannabis use.

Idaho Supreme Court weighs new strict ballot initiatives law

BOISE – Idaho’s highest court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that pits the rights of voters to enact and repeal laws against the power of the state Legislature to shape how ballot initiative efforts are carried out.

Regulating new cannabis product delta 8 possible, but will require work, experts say

The Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board is pursuing rules intended to regulate the sale of so-called "delta 8" products in state licensed marijuana retailers. The products can be made with plants that are currently legal under federal law, but there's uncertainty whether their extraction and sale violate federal and Washington laws.