Monday, April 8, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 8, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Hoffman: Cannabis Control Commission Is ‘Not Going To Allow’ National ‘Big Weed’ Companies To Takeover (WGBH)
// Gov. Lujan Grisham signs medical cannabis omnibus bill (New Mexico Political Report)
// Kent girl Teagan Appleby’s medicinal cannabis seized at airport (BBC News)
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// Democratic Senator Pulled Out As Marijuana Bill Cosponsor, Sources Say (Marijuana Moment)
// 1st Massachusetts farmers moving toward approval to grow marijuana outdoors (Mass Live)
// Lawmakers vote to put the THC cap back in (KCRG 9 ABC)
// New Yorkers are flocking to Massachusetts for their legal weed fix (NY Post)
// FDA Is Taking Public Comments On CBD. Here’s How To Make Your Voice Heard (Marijuana Moment)
// Dunleavy appointments shake up board regulating Alaska marijuana industry (Milbank Monitor)
// Biggest Hash Bash ever: With pot legalized, rally draws huge crowd in Ann Arbor (Michigan Live)
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