Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 1, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Ed Perlmutter’s Pot Banking Act Passes Committee, Moves to Full House (Denver Westword)
// Michigan judge thwarts crackdown at 50 unlicensed medical marijuana shops (Michigan Live)
// Provisional cannabis licenses will be issued when temporary licenses expire, says CDFA (Kym Kemp)
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// Massachusetts marijuana regulators investigating whether companies violated license limits (Boston Globe)
// AP Exclusive: Harris’ call for reform collides with her past (Washington Post)
// Amid backlash, Baltimore County cannabis firm drops lawsuit trying to halt Maryland from awarding new licenses (Baltimore Sun)
// A hoax ‘exclusive’ cannabis club makes a real point about legalization and privilege (Quartz)
// In pot chase, social equity meets economic reality (Commonwealth Magazine)
// Massachusetts Marijuana Regulator Talks Social Equity And The Presidential Election (Marijuana Moment)
// The DEA Wants You To Stop Calling Them About Getting Paid To Burn Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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