Law firm positions itself for medical marijuana | Star Tribune
Bush's director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Julie Myers Wood, said much of the discussion at the time focused on small changes to visa programs or other efforts that would impact relatively small groups of immigrants. One concern, she said, was the potential for "unintended consequences" of encouraging more illegal immigration. Republicans have complained that Obama has done what the Bush administration feared. Many have blamed the president for the influx of more than 57,000 unaccompanied immigrant children, mostly from Central America, who have been arrested at the Mexican border since Oct.
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Nobody will be allowed to smoke marijuana; theyll have to take it in a pill or by vaporizer. The state health commissioners best estimate is that 5,000 people will get a card and buy cannabis pills or oil under current law. Only two companies will be allowed to make and sell the products. And yet, lawyers at Thompson Hall, a Minneapolis law firm, are doing everything they can to grab a foothold in the business.
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