Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, February 1, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// World Health Organization Recommends Rescheduling Marijuana Under International Treaties (Forbes)
// Baltimore Prosecutor Files Rare Petition to Erase Cannabis Convictions (Leafly (AP))
// Attorney General backs legal cannabis market in Vermont (VT Digger)
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// Oregon Is Producing Twice As Much Cannabis As People Are Using (Oregon Public Radio)
// Oregon’s Cannabis Lab Testing System Flunks State Audit (Leafly)
// History Of Alcohol Prohibition Suggests Advantage For States That Legalize Marijuana Early (Marijuana Moment)
// Feds local police launch raids on up to 50 black-market marijuana grow houses in Denver area (Denver Post)
// Organigram Surpasses One Million Pre-Rolls Production (New Cannabis Ventures)
// A cannabis producer just topped Apple as the favorite stock among millennials (Business Insider)
// Lack of cannabis tracking data in WA sparks confusion, missed business opportunities (Marijuana Business Daily)
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