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November 6, 2018

CBD Oil and Industrial Hemp (Update)

The sale and possession of CBD oil is a frequent question we get at the library. We've included several sources below to help you with your research.
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Wisconsin sources

The WI Dept. of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection has information on the industrial hemp program on their Wisconsin DATCP Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program website. This page includes FAQs and other information.

Wisconsin statute 961.38 discusses cannabidiol. Read Wisconsin Legislative Council Act Memo: Possession of Cannabidoil (CBD) which affected possession and distribution of CBD and the act memo for 2017 Wisconsin Act 100 which relates to industrial hemp.

Wisconsin statute index listings for "hemp" and "cannabidiol":
The Wisconsin Controlled Substances Board administers sections of chapter 961 of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Federal Sources

The US Department of Agriculture has a page on industrial hemp, which discusses section 7606 of the 2014 Farm Bill. Information on the pending 2018 Farm Bill, H.R. 2 can be found online.

Other Sources

November 2, 2018

Vote on November 6

Tuesday, November 6th is the midterm election. If you're not registered yet then you can do so at the polls (or head to your municipal clerk's office before the end of the day today - Friday, November 2). All voters must provide a Proof of Residence document when registering to vote in-person in the clerk’s office, or at the polls on Election Day.

In-person absentee voting days and hours depends on your city, village, or town. Check your municipal clerk's office for information on absentee voting days and hours. In-person absentee voting may extend through November 4.

Most voters are required to show an acceptable photo ID. Learn more about what's accepted here: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/PhotoIDRequired

See your ballot, find your polling place, and check your voter registration status at https://myvote.wi.gov.

November 1, 2018

WSLL @ Your Service November 2018

The November issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. Your comments are welcome! Please direct them to the editor, Carol Hassler.

In this issue:

 Researching verdicts and settlements

Trial decisions and settlements can be difficult to find. The sources for verdicts and settlements in this article are available for use in our library. Read more

State and local governments collect and manage so much data (often behind the scenes). One such treasure trove is traffic counts at the street level. Read more

We have a full list of news to share, including new staff in Milwaukee, classes, holidays, and our open house. Read more

The Palazza di Giustizia houses the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation and the Judicial Public Library. Read more

October 1, 2018

WSLL @ Your Service October 2018

The October issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. Your comments are welcome! Please direct them to the editor, Carol Hassler.

Six sources we love (Part 2)
We share more of our favorite research sources you can access with your library card. Read more

New books

Tech tip
We’re always on the lookout for free and useful technology tools. We review ilovepdf.com, which we recently began using in the library. Read more

Local government research guide
We've compiled sources in our library and online for researching municipal law questions. Read more

Library news
This issue includes staff news, September blog posts, and your last chance to sign up for fall classes! Read more

October snapshot
The "Golden Bucky" was spotted in September during the Wisconsin Ironman competition in Madison. Read more

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