A panel decided Tuesday to move forward on a way to legalize marijuana for all purposes for people age 21 and older in South Dakota.

Legislators recommend to legalize all purpose marijuana

A panel decided Tuesday to move forward on a way to legalize marijuana for all purposes for people age 21 and older in South Dakota but keeping the current medical-cannabis program in place for people younger than 21.

The 8-2 recommendation came from the Legislature’s subcommittee on adult-use marijuana. The next steps are for the full marijuana study committee to decide whether the proposed bill should proceed and then to seek a green light from the Legislature’s Executive Board.

If those clearances occur, the legislation would be introduced in the 2022 session that opens in January. The bill would then go through the standard process of committee action and possibly votes by the 70-member House of Representatives and the 35-member Senate.

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The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a new Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative focused on pursuing cybersecurity fraud.

DOJ Pursuing Cybersecurity Fraud by Contractors and Grant Recipients

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a new Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative focused on pursuing cybersecurity fraud by government contractors and grant recipients. As the federal government focuses attention on federal grantee/subgrantee and subcontractor cybersecurity, it is critical that entities receiving federal funds take prudent action to protect sensitive information and critical systems.

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