Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Florida judge: State’s medical cannabis dispensary cap unconstitutional (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Congressional Democrats Plan Hearing And Vote On Marijuana Business Banking (Marijuana Moment)
// PA Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Legalize Recreational Marijuana (WNEP 16 ABC)
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// Bill to repeal Florida’s medical marijuana smoking ban ‘radically’ weakened in committee (Orlando Sentinel)
// Proposal would rewrite Boston’s marijuana licensing process, give preference to local residents (Boston Globe)
// Namaste Tech Fires CEO Sean Dollinger, Considers Selling Company (Green Market Report)
// Cannabis jobs pay 11% more than the US median salary, and demand is up 76% (CNBC)
// Republican lawmakers introduce medical marijuana bill (WBIR 10 NBC)
// Gov says it’s still possible for New York to legalize adult-use marijuana by April (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Portland delays action on zoning rules for marijuana-related businesses (Portland Press Herald)
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