Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, September 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Beto O’Rourke proposes ‘drug war justice grants’ for marijuana offenders (Politico)
// Pot rules: DC mayor changes how the district handles marijuana use among employees (WUSA 9 CBS)
// Key Congressional Chair Says Marijuana Banking Vote Will Happen Over Groups’ Objections (Marijuana Moment)
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// New Hampshire House Overrides Governor’s Veto and Approves Home Cultivation Bill (Cannabis Business Times)
// Chicago Mayor Wants to Keep Cannabis Out of City’s Core (Leafly)
// Ontario spent at least $10 million on cannabis stores that never opened (Global News)
// California Says Nearly All Cannabis Businesses Will Be In Statewide Tracking System By End Of October (Capital Public Radio)
// Federal judge rules that Indiana’s smokable hemp ban is unconstitutional (Hemp Industry Daily)
// Marijuana board considers Outside investment in testing labs (Alaska Journal of Commerce)
// Mattress Start-Up Casper Is Now Slanging CBD Gummies to Help You Sleep (Merry Jane)
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