Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, June 27, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Historic Marijuana Measures Clear First Major Congressional Hurdles As Opposition Wanes (Marijuana Moment)
// Cannabis the most widely used drug globally, UN World Drug Report says (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Democratic Presidential Candidates Talk Drug War In First 2020 Debate (Marijuana Moment)
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// New Hampshire governor vetoes bill opening state to for-profit cannabis firms (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Today’s Pickup: Hawaii’s governor says no to inter-island transport of medical cannabis (Freight Waves)
// Social equity, black market remain challenges for evolving marijuana ‘experiment’ in Mass. (Worcester Telegram)
// Weed officially not allowed at Electric Forest despite legalization law (Michigan Live)
// State reverses course, allows pot retailers to post signs at Hempfest (Seattle Times)
// State Audit Finds That Regulators Aren’t Inspecting Marijuana Kitchens (Phoenix New Times)
// Prohibition Lives: A Man Did Jail Time in a Legal State for Selling Bud 6 Years Ago (Merry Jane)
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