Rutledge Rejects Ballot Initiative On Medical Marijuana

Hemp advocates applauded a new Virginia law that allows the cultivation of industrial hemp by licensed growers as part of a university-managed research program. In the age of Facebook and Twitter, another new Virginia law prohibits employers from forcing employees or job applicants to disclose user names and passwords for social media accounts. Starting Wednesday, employers also will be prohibited from compelling workers to friend or add them to their accounts.

And a new Virginia measure gives mothers the right to breast-feed in public places, expanding current law that allows breast-feeding on state property. Virginia has also established a process for licensing phone-based car services such as Uber and Lyft, including a $100,000 initial fee and $60,000 renewal costs.

Drivers must be at least 21 years old, licensed to drive, and pass criminal and sex offender background checks, and the vehicles must have a certain level of insurance.

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