Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Congressional Committee Cancels Votes On Marijuana Bills For Veterans (Marijuana Moment)
// Federal Agency Updates Rules On Trademarks For Hemp And CBD Products (Marijuana Moment)
// Medical marijuana firms challenge Trulieve ruling, want more storefronts (Sun Sentinel)
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// Denver voters appear to reject effort to decriminalize ‘magic mushrooms’ (NBC News)
// Debunking Reefer Madness: New Study Says Weed Doesn’t Actually Cause Psychosis (Merry Jane)
// Chart: Florida medical cannabis market surges ahead, with five companies dominating (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Two bills aim to help remove certain marijuana charges from criminal records (WGME 13 CBS)
// California’s Top Pot Regulator, Lori Ajax, Stands Up for Legal Deliveries (Leafly)
// Grandmother arrested for having CBD oil at Disney checkpoint (WDBO 965)
// Medical Marijuana Cost a Nursing Student Her Spot at Nova Southeastern (Miami New Times)
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