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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Bill legalizing recreational marijuana in Florida dies without a hearing (Orlando Weekly)
// UK Cops Will Stop Arresting People for Weed (Merry Jane)
// In Massachusetts, people of color are the first to get arrested for marijuana – and the last to be licensed (Boston Globe)
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// Another Committee Approves Legalized Pot In Conn. (WNPR Connecticut Public Radio)
// Cannabis Enters the Kentucky Governor’s Race (Leafly (AP))
// British Columbia opens agricultural grants to cannabis companies (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New data shows record-breaking number of New Mexicans using medical marijuana (KRQE)
// Nova Scotia Woman Plans Constitutional Challenge of Roadside Cannabis Test (Leafly (Canadian Press))
// How Cannabis Legalization Sparked Beto O’Rourke’s Presidential Bid (Leafly )
// Senators Eye Oregon as ‘Tip of the Spear’ for Interstate Marijuana Sales (Weed Maps (AP))
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