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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, May 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Jersey Assembly approves medical cannabis expansion (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Cannabis Control Commission approves first sale of a marijuana company (Mass Live)

// Hemp Farmers Guaranteed Federal Crop Insurance Through Disaster Bill Amendment (Marijuana Moment)

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// ‘I Can’t Breathe’: Video Shows Grandmother With Arthritis Arrested For CBD At Disney World (Marijuana Moment)

// Gotham Green Completes Initial $100 Million Tranche of the MedMen Secured Convertible Loan (New Cannabis Ventures)

// THC Does Not Increase Risk of Traffic Accidents New Study Reports (Merry Jane)

// House Committee Approves Immigration Bill With Marijuana Protections (Marijuana Moment)

// NFL makes move toward reform of marijuana policy with new Pain Management Committee (AZ Central)

// Popular Police Field Tests Can’t Tell the Difference Between CBD and Marijuana (NBC Washington)

// Maine Finally Develops Plan To Begin Commercial Marijuana Sales (Maine Public)

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