Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, January 9, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Washington state cannabis regulators will soon take up mandatory pesticide testing (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Arizona Supreme Court Agrees to Review Legality of Medical-Marijuana Extracts (Phoenix New Times)
// Shoppers Drug Mart Launches Medical Cannabis Sales Online (Leafly (Canadian Press))
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// Appeals court digs into marijuana smoking ban in Florida (News 4 Jax)
// Cannabis licence halt could cost industry $13 million 1800 jobs say retailers (Calgary Herald)
// D.C. Lawmaker Files Bill To Legalize Marijuana Sales Despite Federal Concerns (Marijuana Moment)
// Medical marijuana card holders in Arkansas mostly white middle-aged men (Times Record)
// MA marijuana firm TILT Holdings launches ‘inclusion program’ for drug war victims (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Kamala Harris Calls For Legalizing Marijuana And Ending War On Drugs In New Book (Forbes)
// Marijuana Prices Are Dropping So Why Aren’t Edible Prices? (Denver Westword)
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