Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, December 14, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Fall River will reduce payments it seeks from cannabis businesses (Boston Globe)
// Toronto and Ottawa vote to allow retail cannabis stores (CTV News)
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// Two Ohio labs could get the OK to test medical marijuana next week (Cleveland.com)
// Prisoners may have option for release under recreational pot bill (Fox Illinois)
// Former DNC And RNC Chairs Join One Of The World’s Largest Marijuana Companies (Marijuana Moment)
// N.S. getting less than half the legal cannabis it needs to meet demand (CBC News (Canadian Press))
// Washington state regulators approve new rules for marijuana edibles (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New law allows Mainers broader access to medical marijuana (WGME 13 CBS)
// Fuel up on gas and grass at Maine’s first medical marijuana convenience store (Portland Press Herald)
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