Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, December 5, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Toxic metal, leached from e-cigarette coil, permanently scars woman’s lung (NBC News)
// Massachusetts Is On Target For Sizeable Share Of Pot Revenue, Says State Commissioner (New England Public Radio)
// Maine sends comments, express concern to USDA on Interim Final Hemp Rule (Penobscot Bay Pilot)
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// Chronic Pain Patients in Minnesota Can Now Qualify for Medical Marijuana (Merry Jane)
// Brazil’s new medical cannabis rules reject domestic cultivation, potentially setting up large import market (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Buying recreational marijuana to be different for Illinoisans, Iowans (KWQC 6 NBC)
// Marijuana Legalization Loses Steam At N.H. State House (New Hampshire Public Radio)
// Mass. banned vape sales more than two months ago. And now business in N.H. and Maine is booming (Boston Globe)
// Canadian cannabis publisher Civilized sheds jobs amid New Frontier purchase (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Is cannabis technology company MassRoots out of business? CEO insists no (Marijuana Business Daily)
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