Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, February 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Wisconsin Governor Puts Marijuana Decriminalization And Medical Cannabis In Budget (Marijuana Moment)
// Pennsylvanians shelled out $132 million for medical marijuana in first year (Morning Call)
// GOP senator’s bill calls for state-run pot shops (Sante Fe New Mexican)
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// Vermont Senate Committee Approves Retail Cannabis Bill (Seven Days VT)
// West Virginia House Passes Medical Marijuana Banking Bill (Marijuana Moment)
// He pushed for marijuana legalization for nearly 20 years. Now the Weedman feels sidelined. (NJ.com)
// Pot entrepreneurs are running out of patience and money while waiting on L.A. permits (LA Times)
// Yes, recreational cannabis is legal. No, cannabis festivals aren’t thriving (Orange County Register)
// Lawmaker wants to study legalizing recreational marijuana in Montana (Missoulian)
// Paying employees more is saving a popular Colorado-based restaurant chain more money in the long run (KGUN 9 ABC)
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