Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Lawmakers Reach Compromise Over Controversial Hemp Legalization Felony Provision (Marijuana Moment)
// Nevada high court dismisses liquor firms’ adult-use cannabis distribution suit (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Shares in Canadian Cannabis Company Fall 28% Following Short-Sellers’ Report (Leafly (Canadian Press))
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// Panel that will advise Maine lawmakers on marijuana laws is taking shape (Portland Press Herald)
// Next House Agriculture Committee Chair Might Grow Hemp On His Farm (Marijuana Moment)
// Nearby Marijuana Shops Make Homes And Rentals More Valuable, Studies Show (Marijuana Moment)
// Legal marijuana becomes truly Canadian with Wiarton’s curling ‘bongspiel’ (London Free Press)
// Doctors Still Hesitant to Certify Iowa Patients for New Medical Cannabis Program (Iowa Public Radio)
// Maps show how each U.S. state enforces drug laws differently (Big Think)
// High Times Cuts $28.6 Million In Debt With Stock Conversion (Green Market Report)
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