Tuesday, May 14, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Florida Law Could Kill Several Cannabis Reform Ballot Measures (Merry Jane)

// New Transparency Law in Nevada Reveals 16 Companies Own All the State’s Pot Shops (Merry Jane)

// Leafly Study Debunks Dispensary Myths Around Crime & Teen Use (Leafly)

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// Health department tweaks medical marijuana rules, ‘to ensure greater patient access’ (ROI)

// California might triple the number of marijuana shops across state (Los Angeles Times)

// Maryland medical marijuana dispensaries now allowed to sell edibles (Marijuana Business Daily)

// First Arkansas Dispensaries Now Open for Business (Leafly)

// Colorado marijuana sales hit all-time record for a single month (KOAA News 6 NBC)

// Medical marijuana home delivery now available in Michigan (Michigan Live)

// ‘Come and Get Us’ UK Cannabis Growers Tell Police in Protest (Leafly)

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