Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, July 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Washington state offers up cannabis traceability ‘workaround’ in wake of software release problems (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Oklahoma medical cannabis businesses prepare for ‘necessary’ rules that will up compliance costs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Michigan cuts marijuana licensing fees in 19 cities impacted by drug war (Crain’s Detroit Business (AP))
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// More Than 100 Marijuana Businesses Urge Congress To Include Social Equity In Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// Boston’s first recreational marijuana store receives preliminary license, could open within months (Boston Globe)
// Imports of medical marijuana into Germany surge in second quarter (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Texas leaders: Hemp law did not decriminalize marijuana (Texas Tribune)
// Fight Over HUD Housing Eviction Over Medical Pot Tossed (Courthouse News)
// Who’s really behind Toronto’s chain of illegal pot shops that won’t quit? (CBC News)
// Homeland Security Chief Won’t Say Whether Families Should Be Separated Over Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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