Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, January 17, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Michigan medical marijuana licensing board allows dispensaries to temporarily reopen (WXYZ 7 ABC)
// Pot deliveries OK’d into Calif. communities that ban sales (Las Vegas Sun (AP))
// The Marijuana Billionaire Who Doesn’t Smoke Weed (Fortune)
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// Oklahoma medical marijuana sales reached nearly $1M in December (KSN News NBC)
// Boston Is Getting Its First Recreational Dispensary (Green Market Report)
// Here’s every cannabis college course you can take in U.S. and Canada (Growth Op)
// How long can Congress keep pretending marijuana legalization isn’t becoming the norm? (LA Times)
// Recreational Pot Shop Opening 200 Feet From Rhode Island (Patch (State House News))
// On first day of OH medical marijuana sales some dispensaries cap purchases (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Bob Marley-branded drinks set to stir up cannabis-infused beverage market (USA Today)
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