Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, February 19, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Voter-approved law says Mainers can grow 6 pot plants each, but lawmakers want to make it 3 (Portland Press Herald)
// Internal control ‘weaknesses’ could delay medical marijuana rollout (Dayton Daily News)
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// Marijuana Opponent Kennedy Reconsiders State Legalization Protections (Marijuana Moment)
// Alberta expects 250 cannabis stores will open in first year of legalization (Calgary Herald)
// Are you getting marijuana delivered to you? If so, it’s probably illegal (Sacramento Bee)
// Canopy Growth BC Tweed Greenhouse Gets Health Canada Green Light (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Joint Committee chair: Draft regs ignore law (Boston Herald)
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