American-born Israeli citizen Naama Issacher was arrested for a small amount of marijuana in Russia in April. She's currently in prison there and is being used as a pawn in a game of international intrigue.
The same associates of Rudolph Giuliani who were arrested on October 10 for their involvement in Ukraine dirty tricks also had a scheme to obtain marijuana licenses in Nevada. We've since learned that Andrey Kukushkin is a partner in several Sacramento canna-businesses.
Of the 29 vape-associated deaths, at least seven appear to be cannabis-related. The deaths have occurred in Alabama, California (three), Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia (two), Illinois, Indiana (three), Kansas (two), Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon (two), Pennsylvania, Texas and Utah.
Oregon has joined several other states in banning vape products that contain flavoring agents.
An amendment in the Transportation Omnibus bill passed by the California legislature prevents passengers on weed tour buses from lighting up. Governor Newsom signed the bill into law on October 10.