Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, April 6, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// TSA Backtracks On Medical Marijuana Policy Change (MassRoots)
// Legal Marijuana Bogs Down In Legislature, Appears Unlikely This Year (Hartford Courant)
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// WV Senate accepts stricter medical marijuana bill (Charleston Gazette-Mail)
// Regulators to look at loosening pot-business restrictions in small Alaska towns (Alaska Dispatch News)
// Alaska Marijuana Regulators Delay Onsite Use Debate (US News & World Report)
// Columbia Care begins medical marijuana delivery in WNY (WHEC 10 NBC)
// New internal trade deal tills soil for cross-Canada marijuana regulation (The Hamilton Spectator)
// G Pen Maker Awarded $47m in Counterfeit Case (Leafly)
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