Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana Legalization Vote Cancelled Due To Lack of Support In New Jersey Senate (Marijuana Moment)
// Connecticut Lawmakers Approve Marijuana Legalization Bill In Key Committee (Marijuana Moment)
// Diversity Provisions Added To Marijuana Banking Bill Up For Congressional Vote This Week (Marijuana Moment)
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// Student pleads guilty to illegal wiretapping after live-streaming congressional staffer in meeting (Washington Post)
// ‘All the advantages are going to the big-money people’: Mass. and Boston inch forward on marijuana equity efforts (Boston Globe)
// New York State Only Pretends It Wants Diversity In Cannabis Companies (Green Market Report)
// Local crime data shows recreational pot shops are ‘good neighbors’ (Boston 25 News)
// Brookline recreational marijuana shop says lines are under control as most customers reserve ahead of time (Boston Globe)
// Louisiana Patients Demand Cannabis Be on Shelves by May 15 (Leafly (AP))
// Wanted by the DEA: Someone to Burn 1,000 Pounds of Weed Per Hour (Merry Jane)
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