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Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History from "The Rise and Fall of Cannabis Prohibition in Wisconsin": Tuesday, August 21, 2018: Six of Seven Wisconsin county boards, voting on the same day, approve cannabis advisory referendums for the November 6 ballot.

On Tuesday, August 21, 2018, county boards in Langlade, Marquette, Forest, Lincoln, Eau Claire and Kenosha counties all voted to approve cannabis advisory referendums for the November 6, 2018 general election ballot. Fond du Lac county was the only one of seven counties voting to reject a referendum proposal.


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History from "The Rise and Fall of Cannabis Prohibition in Wisconsin": Republican state senator who voted for CBD bill had cannabis industry stock investment

In 2016, then-State Senator Frank Lasee (R-DePere) listed an investment in Canadian Cannabis company Canopy Growth valued at between $5000-$50,000. Lasee was first elected to the state senate in 2010, serving from 2011 to 2017. Previously, Lasee served in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing the 2nd Assembly District from 1995 to 2009.


Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History from "The Rise and Fall of Cannabis Prohibition in Wisconsin": Town of Brookfield police return medical cannabis to California man:

Today in Wisconsin Cannabis History from "The Rise and Fall of Cannabis Prohibition in Wisconsin":On Friday, August 10, 2012, Town of Brookfield police returned medical cannabis to California man after Motel 6 called them to report a guest smoking cannabis in their room.


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.

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