Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, April 26, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// As medical marijuana licensing board disbands chairman criticizes court intervention (Michigan Live)
// Cannabis commission vows tight scrutiny of big marijuana firms – and harsh punishments for those that break license caps (Boston Globe)
// In a first, Mass. cannabis oversight agency denies state license application (Boston Business Journal)
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// Scott lays out conditions for signing marijuana reform (My NBC 5)
// Why Weed Advocates Aren’t Happy About Joe Biden’s Candidacy (Rolling Stone)
// Aurora Cannabis exec: ‘Having a major presence in US is nonnegotiable’ (Marijuana Business Daily)
// ‘It could be your grandmother’: Typical marijuana dealer could be anyone, DEA agent says (Ohaha World-Herald)
// Senate Committee Supports ‘Home Grow’ Option for N.H.’s Medical Marijuana Program (New Hampshire Public Radio)
// Did a Cannabis Company Just Patent the Spliff? (Leafly)
// As pot flourishes in D.C., federal ban restricts use by tenants in public housing (Washington Post)
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