marijuana business Stateside: New acting UAW president; a world without time zones; finding meaning behind bars By Stateside Staff • Nov 6, 2019 Malvestida Magazine / Unsplash Listen Listening... / 49:34 Stateside for Wednesday, November 6, 2019 Today on Stateside, as the federal investigation into the UAW continues, the union's new acting president vows to weed out corruption. Plus, a look at how two inmates in a state prison find meaning in their lives behind the prison walls. Some Michigan lawmakers calling for federal government to change cannabis banking law By Virginia Gordan • May 14, 2019 Flickr user A7nubis / http://j.mp/1SPGCl0 A few state lawmakers are urging the U.S. Congress to quickly pass a law, the federal Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act of 2019, that would allow banks and credit unions to provide financial services to marijuana businesses in states where marijuana has been legalized. Currently that's not allowed under federal law. Michigan Attorney General joins coalition pressing for change to marijuana banking law By Steve Carmody • May 8, 2019 steve carmody / Michigan Radio Michigan’s attorney general is getting behind a push to change federal law to allow banks to do business with marijuana companies. Even in states like Michigan, where marijuana is legal, marijuana remains a "cash" business.