Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Superior Court Judge gives relief to medical marijuana patients vaping cannabis flower, but temporary vape ban stays in place (Mass Live)
// Bernie Sanders Open To Covering Medical Marijuana Through Medicare For All, Advisor Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Massachusetts hemp farmers say they face ruin thanks to state ban on most CBD products (Boston Globe)
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// Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds rules out executive order to ban vaping (The Gazette)
// Cannabis farmers in Western states report large crop yields, only minor challenges (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Another Cannabis Cafe Is Coming to West Hollywood in Spring 2020 (Merry Jane)
// Cannabis producer CannTrust cutting over 100 jobs, one worker in four (Global News)
// Finland’s Government Will Consider Decriminalizing Marijuana In Response To Citizen Petition (Marijuana Moment)
// Health officials: 81% of Michigan’s vape-related lung injuries involved THC (Detroit Free Press)
// SXSW Announces Two Dozen Marijuana Panels For 2020 Festival (Marijuana Moment)
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