Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Charlie Baker pushes bill that would target stoned driving (Boston Globe)
// Study Funded By Feds Debunks Myths About Marijuana Legalization’s Alleged Harms (Marijuana Moment)
// Mexican Senate Leader Says Marijuana Will Be Legalized This Month (Marijuana Moment)
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// OLCC to hold emergency meeting to discuss regulations after Gov. Brown orders 180-day ban on flavored vaping products (KPTV Fox 12)
// Oregon, Maine Have Highest Rates of Positive Workforce Drug Tests (U.S News & World Report)
// Advocates look to legalize industrial hemp in South Dakota (West Central Tribune)
// Maine on track for legal marijuana sales by spring 2020 (Washington Post (AP))
// Majority Of New Yorkers Say Marijuana Should Be Legalized, Poll Shows (Marijuana Moment)
// New Mexico orders labeling of THC products associated with vaping (Durango Herald)
// NBA Veteran Al Harrington’s Viola Closes on $16m Financing Round (Green Market Report)
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