Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, January 13, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// California Governor Proposes Changes To Marijuana Regulations And Taxes (Marijuana Moment)
// South Dakota governor drops plans to veto hemp, but calls for ‘guardrails’ (Boston Globe)
// How massive donations from Howard G. Buffett helped block the opening of a pot dispensary in Illinois (Intercept)
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// Trulieve Sues Short-Seller Grizzly Research LLC for Libel (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Arizona legislature opens with a flurry of cannabis bills (Leafly)
// Washington state eyes marijuana enforcement changes after study (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Using marijuana is legal – but it can still get you fired. ‘Human resource professionals in Illinois will have their hands full.’ (Chicago Tribune)
// Murky Waters: How ‘Nano’ CBD Misleads Consumers (Ganjapreneur)
// Hawaii’s Marijuana Decriminalization Law Is Officially In Effect (Marijuana Moment)
// The Hemp Standard is 0.3% THC. That Should Be Changed. (Canna Law Blog)
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