Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, March 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New Mexico bill to create state-run pot shops appears dead (Washington Post (AP))
// Lawmakers propose package of bills as discussion begins about legalizing recreational marijuana in Connecticut (Hartford Courant)
// Medical marijuana ‘Unity Bill’ signed into law by Gov. Kevin Stitt (Tulsa World)
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// From casinos to cannabis: the Native Americans embracing the pot revolution (Guardian)
// Bipartisan Bill Shields Federal Workers From Being Fired For Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
// Murphy says medical marijuana program added 25K patients (San Francisco Chronicle (AP))
// Canada’s dried cannabis supply builds as adult-use sales decline (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Bill would force insurance companies to help cover medical marijuana as treatment option (WGME 13 CBS)
// Trulieve adds 25th Florida dispensary in Miami Gardens (Florida Politics)
// Where Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke Stands On Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
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