Monday, October 21, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 21, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Judge says decision on Baker vaping ban expected Monday (Boston Herald)
// Montana judge halts temporary flavored vaping ban (Charlotte Observer (AP))
// State has no labs licensed to test medical cannabis, despite law requiring proof of testing (Tulsa World)
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// Federal Court Dismisses Suit Against DEA Over Marijuana Growing Applications (Marijuana Moment)
// Can A Judge Tell A Coloradan On Probation Not To Consume Medical Marijuana? The Colorado Supreme Court Is Now Facing That Question (Colorado Public Radio)
// Slow rollout in marijuana sales costs Maine revenue and jobs (Sky Statement)
// Illegal vapes traced to California woman who was CBD pioneer (Alabama News Network (AP))
// Upstate NY hemp farmer thinks thieves are mistaking his crop for marijuana (Eyewitness News ABC 7)
// Former VA Secretary Who Oversaw Marijuana Research Blockade Now Backs Cannabis Studies For Veterans (Marijuana Moment)
// Citizen Video Surfaces of NYPD Officer Allegedly Planting Weed on Suspect (Merry Jane)
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