Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Alaska approves regulations for marijuana consumption in retail shops (Juneau Empire)
// We Finally Know What’s in New Jersey’s Cannabis Legalization Bill (Leafly)
// Events where cannabis is popular – like 4/20 – may now apply for a permit, SF supervisors say (San Francisco Chronicle)
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// Lawmakers Press Treasury Official On Marijuana Business Banking Access (Marijuana Moment)
// CBD Market Could Pull In $16 Billion By 2025, Says Study (Forbes)
// He took the leap into cannabis. Now everyone is following (CNN)
// Floyd Landis is back in the cycling game, and this time it’s on his own terms (ESPN)
// Acreage Holdings Q4 Pro Forma Sales Reach $23 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission hears calls for less red tape, lower-cost products (Mass Live)
// UN Organizations Unite In Call for International Drug Decriminalization (Marijuana Moment)
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