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MI Senate Approves SB 969
The MICHIGAN Senate approves SB 969 , which would ban the production and sale of marijuana-infused beer and wine. It moves to the House (DETROIT NEWS).
CT Governor Signs HB 5386
CONNECTICUT Gov. Dannel P. Malloy (D)...
Business In Wisconsin
A federal appeals court upholds WISCONSIN’s so-called “right to work” law that bars collective bargaining agreements requiring workers to pay union fees (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL-SENTINEL).
Rhode Island Signs SB...
West Virginia Approves HB 3093
The WEST VIRGINIA House gives final approval to HB 3093 , which would allow communities to form ”internet co-ops” that would work together with a service provider to become their community’s own provider...
Business In CT
The CONNECTICUT Supreme Court rules that state regulators can limit what tow truck operators charge motorists when police summon them to clear highway accidents. The ruling came in two cases where tow operators claimed the state could...
CO Gov Signs HB 1404
COLORADO Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) signs HB 1404 , which requires large daily fantasy sports operators to be licensed by the state, with smaller operators required only to register with state officials. The bill’s other...
CA Approves SB 358
The CALIFORNIA Senate approves SB 358, which would bar employers from paying female workers less than men for performing “substantially similar” job duties unless they can show evidence of reasonable differences in training...