Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Can Washington Fix Its Broken Cannabis Lab Testing System? (Leafly)
// Congressional Committee Asks JUUL For Documents On Marijuana Partnerships (Marijuana Moment)
// California to give struggling cannabis businesses more time on provisional permits (LA Times)
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// MJ Freeway Becomes First Female-led Cannabis Technology Traded on NASDAQ (Green Market Report)
// Movement To Decriminalize Psychedelics Spreads Nationally (Marijuana Moment)
// Cannabis-Infused Beverages Are Coming, Will They Be Worth the Hype? (Leafly)
// It’s ‘Fore Twenty’ in California: Business is booming in local pot shops, all thanks to the U.S. Open (Growth Op)
// Pro golfer says you can’t spell PGA without CBD these days (Vail Daily)
// Congressional measure offered to shield all state-legal cannabis programs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Living Near Dispensaries Doesn’t Affect Teen Marijuana Use Or Attitudes, Study Finds (Marijuana Moment)
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