Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, December 21, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// FDA Asserts Regulatory Authority over Cannabis Derived Products (New Cannabis Ventures)
// After huge cannabis investment, Altria buys $13B stake in vape firm Juul (Marijuana Business Daily)
// ‘Like a light beer’: Will Health Canada’s THC cap make edible pot too weak? (Yahoo Finance
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// Ohio green lights medical marijuana lab, clearing last hurdle to begin sales (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Teacher gets job offer rescinded after disclosing medical marijuana prescription (Fox 61)
// 164 people have applied to be Utah’s new ‘cannabis czar’ (Fox 13 Salt Lake City)
// Top Rhode Island Lawmakers Are Coming To Terms With Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// California marijuana industry braces for ‘another enormous burden’ from next phase of testing costs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canopy Growth to Enter U.S. Market with Hemp Legalization (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Marijuana panel wants roadside testing before regulated market opens (VT Digger)
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