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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Florida Marijuana Legalization Campaign Shifts Focus To 2022 Instead Of This Year (Marijuana Moment)

// Marijuana Sales in 2019 Break a Record… With a Month to Go (Denver Westword)

// Gov. Bryan calls on senate to pass cannabis bill during SOTT address (Vibe High)

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// MA Cannabis Commission To Host Forum After Meeting Protests (Worcester Patch)

// Defense attorneys say drivers should refuse Michigan’s new roadside drug tests (Michigan Live)

// Cannabis edibles arrive at some Calgary dispensaries (CTV News)

// GW Pharma beats projections with $108M in Q4 sales thanks to CBD drug (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Why you won’t see vapes on store shelves in Ontario (Leafly)

// Montana Activists Submit Measure To Legalize Marijuana In 2020 (Marijuana Moment)

// MJBizDaily donates $425,000 through Industry Giveback Program (Marijuana Business Daily)

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