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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, March 5, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Bernie Sanders Talks Pot Legalization and Drug Reform on ‘The Breakfast Club’ (Merry Jane)

// On-site cannabis consumption rules delivered to Meyer (Alaska Journal of Commerce)

// Ontario marijuana company CannTrust seeks authorization to raise up to CA$700 million (Marijuana Business Daily)

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// Former Amazon Exec to Lead Cannabis Information Provider Leafly as New CEO (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Fall River must change pot shop agreements after asking for more than state law allows (Herald News)

// CA, AZ cannabis retailers with same name headed to court over trademark (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Texas Marijuana Decriminalization Bill Gets Committee Hearing (Marijuana Moment)

// Chart: Farmer and rancher perceptions of cannabis reflect nationwide acceptance (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Key Colorado House panel advances bill that would spur marijuana capital investment (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Oklahoma medical marijuana sales keep climbing, top $7.2M (Ledger-Enquirer (AP))

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