Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, July 23, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Top Congressional Chairman And Presidential Candidate File Marijuana Legalization Bills (Forbes)
// Mark Kleiman, who changed the way we think about crime and drugs, has died at 68 (Vox)
// Leading Legalization Group Unveils Report On Marijuana Policy Wins In 2019 So Far (Marijuana Moment)
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// Miami Cops Can No Longer Use Just ‘Weed Odor’ as Excuse to Search Cars (Merry Jane)
// Marijuana Legalization More Popular Than Free College And $15 Minimum Wage, Poll Finds (Marijuana Moment)
// California Police Confiscate 47 Tons of Weed, Bust Hash Lab in Black Market Raid (Merry Jane)
// Dixie CEO Chuck Smith Says He Expects To Be In 8 States Very Soon (Green Market Report)
// California legislative update: Several key cannabis bills still hang in balance (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Give Marijuana Businesses Access To Insurance Coverage (Marijuana Moment)
// Hundreds Of Pet Owners Tell FDA That CBD Is Helping Their Furry Companions (Marijuana Moment)
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