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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// California made $345 million, not predicted $1 billion, on legal cannabis in 2018 (Whittier Daily News)
// Legislative committee endorses bill to allow sale of CBD edibles in Maine (Portland Press Herald)
// Florida to challenge court ruling that would up medical cannabis dispensary caps (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Delaware’s new AG says her office won’t prosecute possession of up to six ounces of pot (WHYY)
// New Alaska Gov. Dunleavy hopes to scrap state’s Marijuana Control Board (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Tilray Closes $35 Million Greenhouse Grower Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Marijuana: Most top Ohio officials say they haven’t tried it, don’t want it legalized for personal use (Cincinnati Enquirer)
// Maine taps firm to track growth, distribution of marijuana (Boston Herald (AP))
// ‘It’d be like flipping a switch.’ Pennsylvania medical marijuana dispensaries eye adult-use market (Philadelphia Inquirer)
// The tiny Canadian town that marijuana saved (KARE 11 NBC)
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