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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Leading Congressional Marijuana Opponent In Danger Of Losing Seat, Polls Find (Marijuana Moment)

// High Times Buys Dope, Leafly CEO Ousted (Green Market Report)

// Youth Marijuana Use Isn’t Increasing After States Legalize, Meta-Analysis Of 55 Studies Concludes (Marijuana Moment)

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// Lt. Governor asks judge to drop lawsuit over medical marijuana ballot initiative (Fox 13 Salt Lake City)

// Seattle Court OKs Plan to Erase 542 Cannabis Convictions (Leafly)

// Missouri Has Three Legalization Measures. Two Are Very Odd (Leafly)

// Why marijuana infused businesses have experienced testing and labeling challenges in California (Marijuana Business Daily)

// New York formalizes medical cannabis as alternative to opioids; market boost seen (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Pennsylvania lawmaker introduces bill to legalize recreational marijuana (Philly Voice)

// Canadians Involved In Marijuana Industry Not Welcome In US, Feds Confirm (Marijuana Moment)

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