Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, January 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Medical marijuana can now be used to treat opioid addiction in N.J. (NJ.com)
// Here’s the Medical Cannabis Super Bowl Ad CBS Refused to Run (Green Entrepreneur)
// 77 out of 414 Ontario municipalities opt out of retail cannabis stores (Global News)
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// Commercial Marijuana Legalization Bill Sponsored By Half Of Vermont Senate (Marijuana Moment)
// Baker files bill aimed at helping police fight impaired driving (Boston Globe)
// Here’s how much marijuana Mass. stores sold during the snowstorm (Boston Globe)
// California’s Final Cannabis Rules: 8 Things to Know (Leafly)
// New Study on Cannabis and Autism Supports Parents’ Longtime Claims (Leafly)
// Women And Baby Boomers Are Increasingly Embracing Marijuana, New Market Report Finds (Marijuana Moment)
// Colorado’s Pro-Legalization Governor Tells Other States Not To Allow Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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