Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, December 20, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Tilray and AB InBev to Invest Up to $100 Million in Cannabis Beverage Venture (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Florida appeals court delays ruling on major medical cannabis case (Marijuana Business Daily)
// County puts moratorium on new recreational marijuana dispensaries (Las Vegas Sun)
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// Congressional Democrats Release Report On Marijuana Legalization’s Economic Benefits (Marijuana Moment)
// New York City Mayor De Blasio Backs Marijuana Legalization Days After Governor Cuomo Does So (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana Commission’s Final Report Charts Path To Retail Pot Sales In Vermont (Vermont Public Radio)
// Wolf says state should give recreational pot ‘serious look’ (Danville News)
// No complaints at Leicester follow-up meeting on pot shop (Worcester Telegram)
// Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission opening applications for marijuana social equity program (Mass Live)
// ‘Dead Skunk’ Stench From Marijuana Farms Outrages Californians (New York Times)
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