Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, January 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Governor Signs Bill Legalizing Medical Marijuana In The U.S. Virgin Islands (Marijuana Moment)
// Connecticut Marijuana Legalization Bill Has A Huge Cosponsor List (Marijuana Moment)
// DeSantis asks Legislature to end marijuana smoking ban (The Ledger)
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// State sells $75,000 in medical marijuana on first day (Toledo Blade)
// Colorado company working to retrieve what it says is $500K in hemp seized by authorities in Pawhuska (Tulsa World (AP))
// Marijuana Legalization Will Be A Top Priority For Hawaii Legislature In 2019 (Marijuana Moment)
// MedMen Q2 Revenue Projected to Grow 40% from Prior Quarter to $29.9 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Medical marijuana sales in Arizona up 41% in 2018, report says (Tucson.com)
// Mike Tyson And Joe Rogan Swap Stories About Psychedelics And Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
// High compliance costs lost market share could take toll on cannabis edibles firms under new Washington state rules (Marijuana Business Daily)
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