Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Gov. Reynolds vetoes bill that would have expanded medical marijuana program (We Are Iowa)
// Cannabis oversupply in Canada may be closer than some expect,’ bank warns (Marijuana Business Daily)
// ‘Not really if it’s when’: Mass. marijuana pesticide ban prompts fears of crop failure (Boston Globe)
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// Virginia Warns Police and Prosecutors of Potential for Misidentifying CBD as Marijuana (NBC 4 Washington)
// Cannabis Track and Trace Is A Disaster Waiting to Happen- and Not for the Reasons You Might Think (Canna Law Blog)
// Kern County Just Became California’s Worst Cannabis Desert (Leafly)
// TSA Updates Marijuana Rules To Allow Hemp-Derived CBD On Flights (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana Banking Bill Would Save Federal Money, Congressional Budget Office Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Pot company’s employment contract raises legal questions (Daily Hampshire Gazette)
// Vets May Soon Be Able to Recommend Medical Marijuana to Sick Pets in California (Civilized)
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