Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, December 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Who wins by delaying weed sales (in Chicago)? (ABC 7 Chicago)
// Maine hemp farmers fear proposed rule change could cost them their crop (Portland Press Herald)
// One Florida recreational marijuana initiative throws in the towel, another still hanging on (News 4 JAX)
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// Legalizing Weed Reduces Opioid Prescriptions Across the Board, New Study Finds (Merry Jane)
// Oklahoma Activists Take First Step To Put Marijuana Legalization On State’s 2020 Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
// Atlanta Will Seal Records for Minor Weed Offenses by February (Merry Jane)
// Can landlords ban cannabis in a legal state? Here’s what the law says (Leafly)
// USDA Gives Public More Time To Comment On Hemp Regulations (Marijuana Moment)
// R.I. Senate leaders won’t support marijuana legalization in upcoming legislative session (Boston Globe)
// Miss Universe Canada Rocked a Weed Gown During International Beauty Pageant (Merry Jane)
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