Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Federal Regulators Ease Hemp Banking Protocols Following Crop’s Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Directs Lawmakers To Consider Marijuana Legalization In Special Session (Marijuana Moment)
// Chart: First year of adult-use cannabis sales in Massachusetts doesn’t disappoint (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Random drug testing of student athletes approved by Michigan school district (Michigan Live)
// Canada’s largest cannabis store just opened in West Edmonton Mall (Leafly)
// Scientist Talks Benefits Of Psychedelics At Federal Health Agency Event (Marijuana Moment)
// New Research Shows Flushing Plants Before Harvest May Be Unnecessary (High Times)
// Yang says he would create safe opioid injection sites across the country (The Hill)
// Your favorite weed guy is back in the High Maintenance season 4 teaser (AV Club)
// Study: 3/4 of Americans Wrongly Think CBD Is Regulated by the FDA (Denver Westword)
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