EO Day is an annual UK celebration of employee ownership. In 2021 the emphasis is on why business is #BetterTogether for individuals, their business and the economy. On EO Day 2021 Fieldfisher looks back at what it has done to create more employee owned companies over the last year and also to increase the take-up of employee ownership in the UK and abroad.
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In Canada Social Capital Partners has seen the federal government decide to explore options to unlock the potential of EOTs as part of the country's economic recovery.
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PIERRE, S.D. (KELO) — The North Dakota medical marijuana program licenses two growers and eight regional dispensaries to better control the supply, and home-grown pot isn’t allowed, the system’s director told a panel of South Dakota legislators studying the topic Monday.
During public testimony, marijuana industry lobbyist Jeremiah Murphy of Rapid City argued that eliminating home-grown would be going back on what South Dakota voters approved last November when 70% supported IM 26 legalizing medical marijuana.
North Dakota has less than 30 minors — people younger than age 19 — registered. Wahl said their parents generally give good reviews. North Dakota has a 6% THC limit on products for minors, who mostly use capsules and tinctures, according to Wahl, because they aren’t allowed to get dried leaves and buds.
The legislators reacted as might be expected — opponents believing the warnings and backers skeptical.
He thanked the legislators for looking for ways to strengthen what voters passed “because a lot of states never did this.”