Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, January 16, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Congressional Hearing Exposes Marijuana Research Limitations Imposed By Federal Law (Marijuana Moment)
// New California-based marijuana strains drew a line around the block in Baltimore. Could more be coming (Baltimore Sun)
// Lawmakers Consider Ending Residency Requirement for Marijuana Workers (Denver Westword)
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// Michigan pot shops sold $10 million worth of marijuana in first 6 weeks of legal weed (Detroit Free Press)
// Colorado Finally Files Bill to Protect Weed-Smoking Employees (Merry Jane)
// With a new CEO High Times looks to open dispensaries (Digiday)
// Vermont Governor Seems Open To Legalizing Marijuana Sales (Marijuana Moment)
// New Mexico Governor Calls For Marijuana Legalization In 2020 (Forbes)
// Curaleaf Upsizes Loan Facility To $300 Million Makes Progress in Utah (Green Market Report)
// 16% of cannabis vaping illnesses tied to store purchases CDC says (Marijuana Business Daily)
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