Wednesday, January 2, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New York Gov. Cuomo Pledges Marijuana Legalization In Inaugural Address (Marijuana Moment)

// Is pot the next pinot noir? Oregon may consider exporting weed to other states (Statesman Journal)

// Federal Marijuana Prosecutions Are Dropping In Era Of Legalization Chief Justice Reports (Marijuana Moment)

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// Chart: Massachusetts recreational marijuana sales soar in first month despite obstacles (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Dozens of Michigan medical marijuana shops forced to close as license deadline passes (WZZM 13 CBS)

// Global Cannabis Stocks Decline 20.3% in December (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Maine governor pardons former GOP lawmaker in old drug case (News Tribune (AP))

// Celebrating Colorado’s First Recreational Cannabis Sale Five Years Later (Leafly)

// Paiutes sell most expensive pot product to date at Las Vegas dispensary (Las Vegas Sun)

// Detroit Police Refuse to Stop Spelling ‘Marijuana’ with an H (Civilized)

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