Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, December 6, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// After long wait, Maine to issue applications for 1st marijuana stores (Portland Press Herald)
// Police shouldn’t ticket pot smokers in backyards or on balconies, Lightfoot says (Chicago Sun Times)
// Cory Booker’s Marijuana Agenda Highlighted In Three Super PAC Ads (Marijuana Moment)
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// Cheap weed sells: Ontarians flock to OCS for $5 grams (Leafly)
// Canadian provinces erect barriers for regulated cannabis vape market (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New Colorado law boon for cannabis capital, but concerns remain for minority businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// L.A.’s Cannabis Cafe Is Rebranding and Parting Ways with Lowell Herb Co. (LA Magazine)
// PA Judge Rules That Healthcare Worker Can Sue Employers for Being Fired Over Pot (Merry Jane)
// Amazon Allegedly Fired and Blacklisted a Worker for Using Medical Cannabis (Vice)
// Willie Nelson Will ‘Never Stop Enjoying’ Marijuana Despite Quitting Smoking, Son Says (Marijuana Moment)
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