Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, March 11, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Cancer patient speaks out after police search his room for marijuana (WWLP 22 News)
// Altria Takes Control of Cronos Group with C$2.4 Billion Investment (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Senators Are Angry That Marijuana Sentences Are Longer Than Paul Manafort’s (Marijuana Moment)
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// House-Passed Legal Marijuana Bill Advances In New Mexico Senate (Marijuana Moment)
// California Cannabis Agencies Drop New Packaging and Labeling Guidance (Canna Law Blog)
// NJ Marijuana Lobbyists Tripled Their Spending After Christie Left (Patch Livingston)
// Here’s How Tourists Can Get Legal Medical Marijuana in Hawaii (Civilized)
// Did the first medical cannabis drive-thru in New England just open? (Marijuana Business Daily)
// L.A. City Council moves ahead with marijuana licensing and enforcement proposals (Marijuana Business Daily)
// NC man free after he was found with 17 pounds of marijuana in Baltimore (WBAL TV 11 NBC)
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