Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, May 3, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Maine moves a major step closer to opening retail marijuana market (Portland Press Herald)
// Canada’s Marijuana Legalization Bill Faces New Challenges (Marijuana Moment)
// TGOD Completes 31.5 Million Share IPO at $3.65 (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// Roadside saliva testing for DUI dies for the year (My NBC 5)
// Marijuana delivery to all of California? Measure would expand access (Sacramento Bee)
// From pills to creams to drinks: The future of marijuana goes way beyond inhaling (Financial Post)
// Mayor Kenney calls again for state stores to sell marijuana (Philadelphia Inquirer)
// Where Ohio Gubernatorial Candidates Stand On Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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