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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New York City Cracks Down on CBD Edibles Saying the Cannabis Derivative Is Unsafe (New York Times)

// iAnthus and MPX Bioceutical Announce Closing of Transformational $1.6 Billion Business Combination (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Multistate cannabis firm expands into Massachusetts with $30 million-plus deal (Marijuana Business Daily)

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// Science Backs Most Medical Cannabis Treatment Study Finds (Leafly (AP))

// Los Angeles begins issuing Phase 2 marijuana business licenses (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Lt. Gov. Fetterman starting pot listening tour in Harrisburg (Meadville Tribune)

// Arkansas Formally Awards 32 Medical Marijuana Dispensary Licenses (KUAR Public Radio)

// Medical marijuana considered for opioid withdrawal (CT Post)

// Why so many Americans now support legalizing marijuana in 4 charts (PBS News Hour)

// Bill introduced to make CBD food products legal in Maine (WABI 5 CBS)

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