Friday, January 4, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, January 4, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Weekly Deal Watch: Cannabis firms close out 2018 with blockbuster $13.8 billion raised (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Now for the Hard Part: Getting Californians to Buy Legal Weed (New York Times)

// TN congressman-sponsored medical marijuana bill would allow states to set their own regulations (WATE 6 ABC

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// Lottery for 25 Ontario retail cannabis licences to take place next week (Global News)

// The California Cannabis Packaging and Labeling Mess Will Soon Begin (Canna Law Blog)

// End of an era: After Jan. 9 California’s unlicensed medical cannabis collectives/co-ops illegal (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Cannabis commission receives extra $3 million to oversee medical marijuana (Boston Globe)

// Pennsylvania Lawmakers Gear Up To Push Full Marijuana Legalization Bills (Marijuana Moment)

// RI Health Department considering medical marijuana for opioid dependency (Turn to 10 NBC)

// Luxury Weed Tourism Is the Hot New Trend in Canada (Vice)

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