Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, June 21, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// US House OKs Plan to Block Federal Cannabis Interference (Leafly (AP))
// Mills expected to sign pot rules into law put Maine on track for retail sales next year (Portland Press Herald)
// NJ medical marijuana bill heads to Phil Murphy’s desk with changes to taxes licenses (Asbury Park Press)
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// Marijuana Decriminalization Is Expanded in N.Y. but Full Legalization Fails (New York Times)
// House Passes Amendments Stripping DEA Funding And Pushing FDA To Regulate CBD (Marijuana Moment)
// This ‘micro’-sized license is giving Mass. residents a chance to launch small marijuana businesses (Boston Globe)
// Akerna Cannabis Stock Crushes It At Nasdaq (Green Market Report)
// OLCC bars Bend marijuana company from harvesting (Bend Bulletin)
// Cory Booker Unveils Plan To Commute Sentences For Thousands Of Drug War Prisoners (Marijuana Moment)
// Cannabis sales could hit $15 billion globally this year (CNN)
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