Tuesday, February 26, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Another Caribbean nation to legalize medical cannabis, decriminalize adult use (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Denver just made a big change on social-use cannabis: It will be permanent (Denver Post)

// Tech Helps San Francisco Erase 8,000 Cannabis Convictions (Leafly (AP))

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// Fetterman: Pennsylvanians mixed on legalizing recreational pot (Trib Live)

// Iowa poll: 78 percent of adults want medical marijuana program expansion (KCRG 9 ABC)

// Limit on medical pot plants expiring (Albuquerque Journal)

// Firm that launched Colorado’s legal cannabis market wins Maine contract (Lewiston Sun Journal)

// Marijuana dispensary licenses outnumber QuikTrip and Starbucks combined (KTUL 8 ABC)

// Maryland Sets Sights on Cannabis Bills- 18 of Them (Leafly)

// Uh-Oh, California Could Run Out of Legal Cannabis by Summer (Leafly)

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