Friday, June 14, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, June 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// House Rejects AOC Amendment To Make It Easier To Study Psychedelic Drugs (Marijuana Moment)
// Nevada creates marijuana board & bans social use licensing for two years (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Michigan picks up pace of reviewing and awarding marijuana business licenses (Detroit Free Press)
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// Four in 10 Say CBD Oil Products Should Be Over-the-Counter (Gallup)
// Massachusetts hiring investigators to travel to and inspect marijuana businesses for up to $80K a year (Mass Live)
// Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission approves sale of New England Treatment Access marijuana company (Mass Live)
// Only 18 of 56 Ohio medical marijuana dispensaries are operational. What’s the holdup? (Cleveland.com)
// Harborside Co-Founder Steve DeAngelo Won’t Stop Until ‘Every Single Cannabis Prisoner in the World’ Is Released (Cheddar)
// Congressional Committee Approves Military Reenlistment Waivers For Marijuana Use (Marijuana Moment)
// Chart: Marijuana store density surpasses Starbucks & McDonald’s in many mature cannabis markets (Marijuana Business Daily)
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