Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, February 22, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Ohio auditor: It’s too late to ‘pause’ medical marijuana program rollout (Cleveland.com)
// Committee’s marijuana regulation bill omits licensing of social clubs (Portland Press Herald)
// Pot board members say retail sales could be delayed (Gloucester Times)
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// Alameda County DA Says Plan Would Reduce Dismiss Marijuana Convictions (East County Today )
// Illinois voters could be asked in November about legalizing marijuana (Chicago Tribune)
// Bay Area senator wants license suspensions for teen drivers with any pot in system (San Francisco Chronicle)
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