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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, April 25, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// USDA Accepting Applications For Hemp Intellectual Property Protection (Marijuana Moment)
// Dunleavy not planning marijuana board repeal this session (660 News)
// Alabama Lawmakers Approve Medical Marijuana Bill (Marijuana Moment)
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// Michigan’s corporate medical marijuana growers rally for ‘clean cannabis’ (Michigan Live)
// Cresco Labs Reports 411% Increase In Revenue Turns Profitable For 2018 (Green Market Report)
// Bill Aims To Protect Party Bus Drivers From Second-Hand Cannabis Smoke (CBS 13 Sacramento)
// Nikki Fried: Florida Hemp Program Would Create An ‘Industrial Revolution’ (WLRN Public Media)
// Gov. Burgum Signs Immediate Changes To Medical Marijuana Program (KVRR News)
// Half Of Americans Think The Smell Of Weed In Public Is A Real Problem (Buzzfeed News)
// Cannabis Marijuana Weed Pot? Just Call It a Job Machine (New York Times)
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