Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, February 4, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Maine orders edibles containing CBD removed from stores (Portland Press Herald)
// Firm sues over product it says is hemp; state says it’s pot (Macon Telegraph)
// Samples didn’t test as marijuana, so entire 9-ton hemp shipment will be tested on DA orders, according to defense attorney (Tulsa World)
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// From ‘YOLO’ to ‘POT’: Weed Company Snags Coveted Stock Ticker Symbol (Merry Jane)
// Measure To Decriminalize Psilocybin Mushrooms Qualifies For Denver’s May Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana grower fibs on application deputies destroy over 22,000 plants (Cal Coast News)
// Fish help fuel bumper cannabis crops for Canadian producer (WHBL (Reuters))
// Denver is hiring a ‘cannabis process navigator’ to help entrepreneurs through city bureaucracy (Denverite)
// Pot brownies in Canada could be 10 times weaker than in several U.S. states. Here’s why some people think that could be a big problem (Hamilton Spectator)
// Where Presidential Candidate Cory Booker Stands On Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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