Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, February 11, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Senator Ron Wyden introduces S. 420, a bill to legalize marijuana (CBS News)
// This Is The Marijuana Banking Bill Democrats Plan To Pass In 2019: Draft Text Released (Marijuana Moment)
// Recreational pot bill proposing 9% tax clears first hurdle in New Mexico (Sante Fe New Mexican)
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// Former House Speaker Boehner gets behind marijuana lobbying group (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Drivers in hemp case now out of jail – but still charged – after talks with Osage County prosecutors (Tulsa World)
// Vermont House Bill Would Allow Legal Cannabis Sales Next Year (Seven Days VT)
// Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission Forces Wellspring to Cease Operations While it Addresses Violations (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Mexican Senate Report Lays Out Marijuana Legalization Considerations (Marijuana Moment)
// NE Ohio Alzheimer’s homes grapple with offering with medical marijuana (Cleveland.com)
// CBD the cannabis compound or CBD the coffee? Just ask owners of the Portland company. (Portland Press Herald)
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