Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, January 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Owners of Colorado marijuana retailer Sweet Leaf sentenced to prison in landmark case (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Maine’s marijuana legalization timeline goes up in smoke (Boston Herald)
// California Cannabis Labs Are Finding Toxic Metal in Vape Carts (Leafly)
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// State’s Attorney Kim Foxx announces support for legalizing pot, calls for expunging misdemeanor convictions (Chicago Tribune)
// AGLC’s licensing freeze thaws to allow 10 new retail cannabis shops (Edmonton Journal)
// Israeli cabinet approves law to allow medical cannabis exports (CNBC)
// California’s Calaveras County refunding nearly $1 million in fees to marijuana farmers (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canadian study finds benzodiazepine use in patients drops 45 percent after medical cannabis treatment (Growth Op)
// Sununu Applauds Anti-Drug Commission Opposition to Marijuana Legalization (New Hampshire Public Radio (AP))
// Mass. hands out 100th marijuana license (Worchester Telegram)
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