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Friday, May 17, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A fresh marijuana bud grows with white hairs.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, May 17, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Massachusetts is moving forward with marijuana cafes. Here’s what they would look like. (Boston.com

// Massachusetts marijuana regulators scrutinizing proposed acquisitions (Mass Live)

// Booker Bill Would Protect Students With Drug Convictions From Losing Federal College Aid (Marijuana Moment)


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// Cannabis Smoke in Public Not a Crime, Quebec Decides (Leafly

// Debunking Dispensary Myths: This Chart Reveals California’s Cannabis Divide (Leafly)

// Why The Cannabis Industry Can’t Get Rid of Sativa and Indica Labelling – Yet (Weed Maps)

// Health Canada ‘build first’ policy a blow to craft cannabis industry: critics (CTV News)

// Democratic Congressional Bill Protects Medical Cannabis But Not Broader State Marijuana Laws (Marijuana Moment)

// To boost equity, give public loans to pot startups (Boston Globe)

// KCSA to Host Inaugural Congressional Cannabis Day Forum at U.S. Capitol (Yahoo Finance)


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Tuesday, November 22, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Disgraced New Jersey governor Chris Christie.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// ‘Are you high right now?’ – Christie blasts marijuana tax revenue as ‘blood money’ (New Jersey 101.5)

// Feds Add Marijuana Warning to Gun Application (Marijuana.com)

// New Lab Rules are Killing Oregon’s Craft-Scale Companies (Leafly)


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// Chart: Sales projections for states that legalized cannabis on Election Day vs. 2016 industry estimates (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Why a tax break for California medical marijuana patients may be short-lived (The Califnorian)

// Changes To Medical Marijuana Taxes A Possibility, Says Governor (UALR Public Radio)

// Maine nears recounts on marijuana legalization, education tax measures (Portland Press Herald)

// Veterans’ reimbursement for medical marijuana to be ‘substantially’ reduced as bill soars (Vancouver Sun)

// Largest Dutch Political Party Wants to Overhaul Cannabis Laws (Leafly)

// Medical Cannabis Oil Legalized in the Cayman Islands (Marijuana Industry News)


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