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Wednesday, December 19, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Study Finds Marijuana Component CBD Makes Glaucoma Worse (Forbes)

// Pennsylvania Issues 23 Additional Medical Cannabis Dispensary Permits (New Cannabis Ventures)

// RBC Capital Markets to start doing deals for cannabis companies, but will be ‘selective’ (London Free Press)

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// Arkansas delays licensing of medical marijuana dispensaries (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Maryland marijuana grower ForwardGro ordered to pay fine for using banned pesticides on cannabis crops (Baltimore Sun)

// Marijuana States Rights Amendment Blocked, But Cory Gardner Will Be Back (Roll Call)

// How Florida’s $250M medical cannabis market could open up to new businesses in 2019 (Marijuana Business Daily)

// U.S. cannabis companies set to steal Canada’s thunder in 2019 (Financial Post)

// Lawmakers In Two States Pre-File Bills To Allow Medical Marijuana At Schools (Marijuana Moment)

// Buy Weed With Cash To Protect Your Privacy: Watchdog (Huffington Post Canada)

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