Thursday, February 6, 2020 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

The Massachusetts State Capitol is seen looking up from street side- it's golden dome sparkling in the bright sunlight against a swirly clouded blue sky.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, February 6, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Mass. House passes bill to increase oversight of host community agreements between marijuana businesses and municipalities (Mass Live)

// Another Vermont House Committee OKs Bill To Legalize Marijuana Sales (Marijuana Moment)

// In reversal, R.I. lawmakers abandon attempt to regulate medical marijuana outlets (Providence Journal)

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// Michigan recreational marijuana sales near $18 million in two months (Michigan Live)

// Maine abandons plan to double per-acre fees on hemp farmers (Portland Press Herald)

// Legalize marijuana? A majority of Kentuckians now say yes – and for any use, poll shows (Cincinnati Enquirer)

// Connecticut Governor Renews Marijuana Legalization Pledge In Budget Proposal And Speech (Marijuana Moment)

// It Will Take Years for Mass to Kill Its Weed Black Market, Researcher Predicts (Merry Jane)

// WINE TO WEED: Wine grape growers lose labor to cannabis farms (Sun Gazette)

// Virginia Lawmakers Approve Another Marijuana Decriminalization Bill (Marijuana Moment)

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