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Friday, February 8, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Oregon Cannabis Export Bill Gets Hearing and Warning (KDVR 12 ABC)
// Green Growth Brands Taps Tilray and Authentic Brands for Greg Norman Branded CBD Products (New Cannabis Ventures)
// With 63-0 vote, a bill allowing medical marijuana to treat autism passes the Colorado House (Colorado Sun (AP))
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// CCC chair ‘comfortable’ with banking, retail progress (Metro West Daily News)
// Hawaii Lawmakers Unanimously Approve Marijuana Legalization Bill In Committee (Marijuana Moment)
// Colombia’s first-ever export of medical cannabis set to ship to Canada (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Arizona Prosecutor Likens Cannabis Extracts To Illegally Manufactured Explosives (KJZZ 91.5)
// CA tries to clarify rules around THC limits in edibles potentially spelling relief for infused product firms, labs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Florida’s CFO seeks banking changes for medical marijuana (Action News Jax)
// Here’s Who Will Testify About Marijuana On Capitol Hill Next Week (Marijuana Moment)
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