Wednesday, October 2, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana Arrests Increased Again Last Year Despite More States Legalizing, FBI Data Shows (Forbes)
// Lawmaker says Pennsylvania should sell marijuana at state stores (ABC 27 News)
// Congressional Bill Would Protect Students From Losing Financial Aid Over Drug Convictions (Marijuana Moment)
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// The vaping crisis won’t bring down pot stocks: Raymond James (CanTech Letter)
// Chart: Marijuana vape sales rebounding in some key markets – for now (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Poll suggests Californians want more adult-use marijuana stores (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Nevada governor names head of new cannabis regulatory panel (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Indianapolis Will Stop Prosecuting Minor Pot Crimes Immediately (Merry Jane)
// NJ Announces First Vaping-Related Death in State (NBC 10 Philadelphia)
// Michigan roadside drug testing pilot program expands to all counties (Michigan Live)
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