Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, June 17, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New York Lawmakers Might Actually Vote On Marijuana Legalization This Week (Marijuana Moment)
// Canada to allow the sale of cannabis edibles late this year (Washington Post (AP))
// Adjusted pot rule would relax residency requirements for marijuana companies (Portland Press Herald)
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// 20 Bipartisan Governors Urge Congress To Pass Marijuana Banking Bill (Marijuana Moment)
// Texas Governor Signs Bill To Expand State’s Medical Marijuana Program (Marijuana Moment)
// Why Cannabis MSOs Are Melting Down (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Maryland cannabis regulators warn of lead contamination risk as they expand tests for heavy metals (Baltimore Sun)
// ‘Your health is very important,’ judge tells Montgomery cancer patient who begins prison term over THC-infused chocolate (Chicago Tribune)
// Green Peak Innovations to Acquire Florida Medical Cannabis License for $48 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Toronto won the NBA finals and ‘you can smell that marijuana is legal in Canada!’ (Growth Op)
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