Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, March 22, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// You can’t own more than three pot shops, but these companies are testing the limit – and bragging about it (Boston Globe)
// 50 unlicensed medical marijuana shops to be shut down by Michigan officials (Michigan Live)
// Portland’s $6 Eighth-Ounces Are the Future of Cannabis (Leafly)
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// New York Legalization Lives or Dies by Friday Senator Says (Leafly)
// Marty Walsh writes in to New York Times after article on legalizing recreational marijuana (Boston.com)
// Illinois Senate panel passes bill to protect banks serving cannabis businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A North Dakota House Bill would Increase Patient Access to Medical Marijuana (KXNet CBS)
// Smokable medical marijuana sold for first time in Florida at Tallahassee dispensary (Orlando Sentinel)
// Florida Commission Plans To Loosen Regulations On Marijuana Before UFC Event (Low Kick MMA)
// Military Veterans Organizations Press Congress On Medical Marijuana Research (Marijuana Moment)
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