Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, January 15, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Canadian cannabis companies ink deals for nearly CA$1B in funding in 10 days (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Pa. regulators reverse course; Medical marijuana won’t stop patient gun purchases (Philadelphia Inquirer)
// Bipartisan Lawmakers Push For Marijuana Protections In Funding Bill (Marijuana Moment)
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// New Congressional Bill Handcuffs Sessions’s Marijuana Enforcement (Marijuana Moment)
// Suburban 6th-grader will be allowed to use medical marijuana in school – for now (Chicago Tribune)
// Worcester Police: Feds on their own in pot-biz busts (Telegram)
// Blumenauer blasts Oregon U.S. Attorney on pot stance (KGW NBC)
// Lawmakers propose new panel to integrate Maine’s medical recreational marijuana programs (Portland Press Herald)
// Vermont Gov. Scott confirms he will sign marijuana legalization bill (Cannabist (AP))
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