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Wednesday, June 26, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Illinois Just Legalized Cannabis. Here’s What Happens Next (Leafly)

// One year after SQ 788 vote, Oklahoma near No. 1 for patients among medical marijuana states (Tulsa World)

// Beginning July 1, patients will get faster access to medical marijuana (Mass Live)


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// Worcester’s Clark University first in the nation to offer graduate certificate in marijuana regulation (Mass Live)

// University of Maryland Launches Nation’s First Medical Marijuana Master’s Program (Merry Jane)

// California cannabis vape cartridges required to include universal symbol (Marijuana Business Daily)

// National Sheriffs’ Association Calls For Marijuana Rescheduling (Marijuana Moment)

// California Cannabis Legislation: SB 475 Would (Finally) Allow Licensees to Exchange Trade Samples (Canna Law Blog)

// Canadian Dealers Are Disguising Black Market Weed as Legal Product (Merry Jane)

// Chart: Ranks of US banks serving cannabis firms growing, but data may overstate true number (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Door-Busting Drug Raids Leave a Trail of Blood (New York Times)

// Marijuana legalization champions in R.I. legislature again say they have the votes (Providence Journal)

// Oregon senate approves proposal to shield pot users’ data (Seattle Times)


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// U.S. Health Secretary’s Wife Supports Marijuana Rescheduling (MassRoots)

// Tulsi Gabbard Urges Congress to Pass Federal Decriminalization Bill (Marijuana Industry News)

// New cannabis advocacy group aims to sway federal government (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Floridians Are Pissed at State Legislators for Delaying Medical Pot Rules (Miami New Times)

// Pot tax revenue projected at $172M a year (The Recorder)

// Massachusetts treasurer Deb Goldberg wants $10 million to help her start enforcing new marijuana law (MassLive)

// CDOT and Lyft Start the Countdown to 4/20 by Rolling Out a Ride Plan (Westword)


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