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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Four Governors Talk Marijuana Reform During Major Speeches In A Single Day (Marijuana Moment)

// Tilray signs creative $250-million revenue-sharing deal with U.S. brand powerhouse ABG (

// Cannabis businesses call on state regulators to fix Michigan’s medical marijuana shortage (Michigan Radio)

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// New York Gov. Cuomo Releases Marijuana Legalization Details (Marijuana Moment)

// Boulder company report: 2018 global cannabis spending expected to top $12 billion (Daily Camera)

// Big Island medical marijuana dispensary gets formal OK to open (Pacific Business News)

// Fairbanks city borough take in $1M in pot taxes for 2018 (KTUU 2 NBC (AP))

// Demand for pre-rolled joints, oil caught supplier OrganiGram off guard (CBC News)

// Washington State Lawmakers Consider Legalizing Marijuana Home Cultivation (Marijuana Moment)

// Trump Attorney General Nominee Won’t Go After Legal Marijuana Businesses And Urges Congress To Act (Marijuana Moment)

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