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The Maryland General Assembly enjoyed a productive 2017 session, with lawmakers from both parties working across the aisle and with Gov. Larry Hogan to craft new laws shaping Maryland’s environmental, school funding and even cownose ray-hunting policies. However, there were some notable fallen soldiers.
A General Assembly ethics panel has recommended Del. Dan Morhaim of Baltimore County receive an official reprimand for working for a planned pot business while also helping design the framework for the state’s medical marijuana program.
Marilyn Mosby’s predecessor in the State’s Attorney’s Office of Baltimore City has been tapped to assist with an ethics review of a Baltimore County delegate’s involvement in a medical marijuana business, according to media outlets.
Richard Grungo, Jr. is a member of the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar and is a certified civil trial lawyer who concentrates on personal injury cases.
State Del. Dan Morhaim has represented his district in Northwest Baltimore County for more than 20 years now, and has been known in recent years for helping the state craft the legal framework for its medical marijuana program.
Maryland is on pace to set a record for taking the longest time of any state to get its medical marijuana program up and running.
Maryland’s medical marijuana is expected to bring big opportunity for the state. But in the early stages, there are only so many licenses to go around. One company that is run by a Maryland entrepreneur and has investment from a former Ravens player ended up off the list. On Tuesday, they filed a lawsuit claiming the process was unfair.
A rabbi and a pastor have each applied for one of the 15 licenses to grow medical marijuana in Maryland. And no, this is not a set-up for a joke.