Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, February 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New Hampshire gives initial approval to recreational pot (Washington Post (AP))
// Ottawa to unveil ‘no-cost expedited’ pardons for Canadians convicted of pot possession (The Record)
// FDA Head Reveals New Details About Agency’s CBD Regulation Plans (Marijuana Moment)
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// Lawmakers file bills to legalize and tax marijuana in Florida (WFLA 8 NBC)
// Curaleaf Choom Announce Expansion Acquisitions (Green Market Report)
// 4Front Strengthens Platform with Acquisitions in Massachusetts and Arizona (Green Market Report)
// Walmart Canada removes Canopy Growth’s cannabis vaporizer from website (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Gov. Holcomb admits to using marijuana in college not budging on opposition to legalization (Indy Channel)
// New York City Council Holds Joint Hearing On Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana Decriminalization Approved By Hawaii House Committee (Marijuana Moment)
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