Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Illinois Governor Pledges To Legalize Marijuana In Inaugural Address (Marijuana Moment)
// Canada’s Canopy Growth shares jump 11% on deal to develop industrial hemp farms in New York (CNBC News)
// Cuomo forecasts $300M in recreational marijuana revenue (Times Union
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// First Ohio medical marijuana dispensary opens 9 a.m. Wednesday (Cleveland.com)
// Ontario’s 25 pot licence lottery winners fielding partnership offers (CTV News)
// Legal cannabis could skim $55 billion per year from alcohol, tobacco firms (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Massachusetts court rules police can arrest you on drugged driving charges based solely on their observations (Mass Live)
// Cannabis Company Fourth Quarter Index Ends 2018 On A Sour Note (Green Market Report)
// West Virginia AG: Banks risk defying fed law when serving medical cannabis firms (Marijuana Business Daily)
// NFL Fans Hot Boxed the LA Coliseum During a Playoff Game This Weekend (Merry Jane)
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