Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, February 22, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana Companies Urged Governor To Ban Cannabis Home Cultivation, Document Shows (Marijuana Moment)
// In Close Vote, House Committee Backs Marijuana Legalization in N.H. (New Hampshire Public Radio)
// After complaints, Boston issues permit cutting back on 3-day ‘Hempfest’ (Boston.com)
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// House, Senate move closer to ending Florida’s ban on smokable medical marijuana (Fox 13 News)
// MedMen, three other West Hollywood marijuana shops get stays of execution (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Wisconsin Assembly speaker gives governor’s marijuana plan low odds (Telegraph Herald)
// Marijuana Businesses Plea For Congress To Provide Banking Access (Marijuana Moment)
// North Dakota’s First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens Next Week (KVRR (AP))
// CA county begins process of reversing controversial marijuana cultivation ban (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A Salem marijuana dispensary says it ran out of flower. The state commission says that’s not true. (Boston Globe)
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