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Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: August 8, 1998: Dane County Drug Task Force and National Guard tout feral hemp haul

Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: August 8, 1998: Dane County Drug Task Force and National Guard tout feral hemp haul:


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: Wednesday, August 5, 1998: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports authorities in Waukesha County destroyed 20,000 cannabis plants.

Wednesday, August 5, 1998: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says that authorities in Waukesha County have already destroyed 20,000 feral hemp plants this year, ten times the 1997 total.


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: August 4, 2003: Baby Luke Law introduced:

Monday, August 4, 2003: 2003 Assembly Bill 458,
the “Baby Luke” law, is formally introduced with
mostly Republican sponsors and referred to Committee
on Judiciary.


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: July 31, 1979

Covered on Pp 146-148 The Rise and Fall of Cannabis Prohibition in Wisconsin:

On July 31, 1979, the Committee on Health and Social Services held a public hearing on 1979 Assembly Bill 279, medical cannabis legislation sponsored by Democratic Reps. David Clarenbach, James R. Lewis, Raymond J. Omernick, Thomas Loftus, Marcia Coggs, Barbara Ulichny and David Travis. I attended the hearing and federal patient Robert Randall was the featured witness.


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History: July 29, 2018: Racine Alder John Tate III announces plans to introduce cannabis advisory referendum, for the City of Racine.

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