Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, February 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Judge Rebukes Arizona Walmart for Firing Employee With Medical-Marijuana Card (Phoenix New Times)
// Key Moments From The First Marijuana Hearing Of The New Congress (Marijuana Moment)
// Nikki Fried: Florida Needs Smokeable Marijuana Now (Miami New Times)
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// Legal cannabis sales top $6 billion in Colorado (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Medical marijuana dispensary sales in Maine drop for 2nd year in a row (Portland Press Herald)
// Oklahoma medical cannabis sales surge to $4 million in January (Marijuana Business Daily)
// European Parliament calls for uniform definition of medical cannabis (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Dems unveil bill to let VA doctors prescribe medical marijuana (The Hill)
// California governor to send National Guard to combat illegal marijuana grows (Marijuana Business Daily)
// MedMen asked to resign from New York medical marijuana trade group (Marijuana Business Daily)
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