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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Oregon Legislature passes bill to allow sales to other states (Columbian (AP))

// Anti-Marijuana Lawmakers Shut Down By Congressional Committee (Marijuana Moment)

// New Jersey governor wants several changes in medical cannabis bill (Marijuana Business Daily)

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// Pot legalization takes a toll on medical users, Associated Press analysis finds (Press Democrat (AP))

// New Mexico proposes new cap on medical pot production (SF Gate (AP))

// New Yorkers Still Support Legalization, Even as Legislative Support Falters (Merry Jane)

// Tokyo Olympics Chief Exec Reminds Everyone That Weed Is Still Illegal in Japan (Merry Jane)

// ‘This is our life and livelihood’: Fire rips through Maine medical marijuana facility (Bangor Daily News)

// Dixie Brands to enter Oklahoma marijuana market through deal with Globus (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Chart: Massachusetts recreational marijuana sales approach $140 million (Marijuana Business Daily)

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