Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// First pot-business licenses would go to Maine residents of at least 4 years (Portland Press Herald)
// California Cannabis Licenses Now Represent 34.5% of All U.S. Licenses Issued (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// Tennessee Medical-Marijuana Bill Dead for the Year (U.S. News & World Report (AP))
// Alaska Marijuana Regulators to Again Review On-Site Use (U.S. News & World Report (AP))
// Medical Marijuana Gets Wary Welcome from Older Adults, Poll Shows (U of M Health)
// State Senate OKs bill to improve local access to medical marijuana (Sentinel Source)
// Dozens Of Permits Issued For New York’s Industrial Hemp Pilot (Hemp Gazette)
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