Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 6, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// GOP Lawmaker Who Blamed Shootings On Marijuana Legalization Should Resign, Party Chair Says (Marijuana Moment)
// AG Dana Nessel eyes tweaks to recreational marijuana law (Michigan Live)
// Study: Colorado Teens Reduce Cannabis Smoking, Increase Edibles (Leafly)
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// Henry’s Original Closes On $11 Million Series B Round (Green Market Report)
// Election Preview: Michigan Towns Vote Tuesday on Cannabis Bans (Leafly)
// Florida Lawmaker Files Bill To Decriminalize Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
// West Virginia’s medical cannabis delays test patience of marijuana business owners (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Missouri starts taking applications for nearly 350 medical marijuana licenses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Credit Unions Won’t Be Punished For Working With Marijuana Businesses Federal Regulator Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Online Searches for CBD Officially Surpass Beyonce and Kim Kardashian (Observer)
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