Friday, June 22, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, June 22, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Senators Vote To Block Marijuana Banking Amendment (Forbes)

// Republicans In Congress Aren’t Planning To Hold Hearings On The Pot Bill Trump Supports (BuzzFeed)

// Arkansas High Court Green-lights Medical Marijuana Program ( (AP))

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// Marijuana Legalization Bill Moves Forward In U.S. Territory (Marijuana Moment)

// Province plans to offer 300 different cannabis products after legalization (Edmonton Journal)

// Vermont State Police ‘lacks the technical capability’ to measure legal pot limits in edibles (Burlington Free Press)

// How Is ‘Cooking On High’ Legal? Netflix’s Newest Cooking Show Features A Secret Ingredient – Weed (Bustle)

// Rhode Island budget to boost medical marijuana dispensary fee from $5K to $250K (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Massachusetts regulators award first marijuana cultivation license for recreational program (Marijuana Business Daily)

// MJ Freeway cannabis software system hits new glitch in Washington state; contract up for renewal (Marijuana Business Daily)

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