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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, January 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Rhode Island Governor Proposes Legalizing Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)
// Ontario Cannabis Lottery Results: 25 Licenses Granted From Nearly 17,000 Applications (Leafly)
// Senate to propose simplified cannabis retail bill with 10 percent tax (VT Digger)
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// Marijuana store opens just hour from Albany (Times Union)
// Missouri receives 200-plus applications for medical marijuana licenses in Week 1 (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New California gov earmarks more funds for cannabis regulations, enforcement (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Even at $15 each cannabis seeds sell out quickly (Global News)
// Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried creates ‘Director of Cannabis’ position (Orlando Weekly)
// Cannabis company stock soars after Thiel-backed fund says it won’t sell shares (NY Post)
// Francis Ford Coppola’s New Cash Crop: $99 Eighth-Ounces (Leafly)
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