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Up to two standalone dispensaries — not including those operated by growers — can be established in each of Maryland’s 47 state senatorial districts.
Sessions’s former colleagues came out strongly in his defense and some openly criticized the president’s shabby treatment of his first and most fervent senatorial supporter.
While the state program allows two dispensaries per state senatorial district, local government officials have authority over the exact location.
Until then, senatorial districts had followed county boundaries.
But a senatorial inquiry, and a separate investigation by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), the Philippine version of the FBI, determined that story was bunk.
This has again become apparent in some of the senatorial reactions to the Congressional Budget Office’s estimates of how many Americans (22 million) would lose health insurance under the Better Care Reconciliation Act.
The blue slip is a century-old practice of senatorial courtesy and refers to the blue-colored form that the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee sends to a nominee’s home-state senators.
In a separate complaint, Toensing alleged that Bernie Sanders’ senatorial office pressured a bank to approve the loan.
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