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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, January 21, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// First Senate Marijuana Bill Of 2019 Would Force Study On Medical Cannabis For Veterans (Marijuana Moment)
// Puerto Rico medical cannabis industry left without banking institution (Caribbean Business)
// Why are Ohio’s medical marijuana prices so high? (Cincinnati.com)
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// Building underway at all cannabis cultivation sites in state (Arkansas Democrat Gazette)
// Cultivate is lifting its limits on marijuana purchases during weekdays (Boston.com)
// Nearly Half of Medical Marijuana Users Stop Taking Prescription Drugs Thanks to Cannabis (Civilized)
// Missouri lawmakers propose affirmative action for medical marijuana licensing (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
// Potential 2020 Presidential Candidate Michael Bloomberg Calls Marijuana Legalization ‘Nonsensical’ (Marijuana Moment)
// Pot legal on porch in most cases (Herald-Palladium)
// FL shop offers CBD as ingredient in ice cream (KXXV 25 ABC)
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