Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Jury Acquits Marijuana Patient Who Admitted To Breaking Georgia Law (Marijuana Moment)
// Michigan’s first licensed medical marijuana facilities in limbo (Michigan Live)
// Legalizing Marijuana Helps Police Solve Other Crimes, New Study Shows (Marijuana Moment)
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// Florida to issue four more medical marijuana licenses (Sun-Sentinel)
// Ohio’s medical marijuana patient registry put on hold (Cincinatti.com)
// Khiron Appoints Former Mexican President Vicente Fox to Board of Directors (New Cannabis Ventures)
// I was in total shock’: Methuen woman fired for off-duty marijuana use (WHDH 7 Boston)
// Voters In Key Congressional Districts Support Marijuana Legalization, Poll Says (Marijuana Moment)
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