Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Baker Appeals Judge’s Order to Alter 4-Month Vaping Ban (WBUR 90.9)
// Feds Send Warning Letter To Another CBD Company Over Medical Claims (Marijuana Moment)
// Maryland plans two reviews of medical cannabis license process amid allegations of unfairness (Baltimore Sun)
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// Starting in November medical marijuana patients in Mass. will no longer have to pay annual fees (Boston Globe)
// Chart: New Hampshire’s new ‘satellite’ dispensary law aims to boost medical marijuana program (Marijuana Business Daily)
// British Columbia’s adult-use cannabis program hits stride as sales double (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Questions Raised Over Whether The Cannabis Industry Is Contributing To Air Pollution (Delaware Public Radio)
// Price Sensitivity Expected to Increase Among Cannabis Consumers (Green Market Report)
// Connecticut adds medical marijuana conditions (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Vaping Injury Outbreak Hasn’t Hurt Marijuana Legalization Support Gallup Poll Shows (Forbes)
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