Monday, June 24, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, June 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Oregon Is Now the First State That Can Export Weed (Merry Jane)

// Federal Transportation Official Says Marijuana Consumers Think They Drive Better While High (Marijuana Moment)

// Canopy Growth Sales Decline In Fourth Quarter, Misses Estimates (Green Market Report)

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// Canada Passes Bill to Expedite Pardons for Cannabis Possession (Civilized)

// Get #WeedWise: Calif. State Officials Launch Campaign To Ensure You’re Buying Pot Legally (KCAL 9 News)

// 42,000 can buy medical marijuana in Ohio; about half have done so (Columbus Dispatch)

// B.C.’s largest First Nation accuses province of conflict on cannabis licences (Vancouver Sun)

// Senate approves legislation easing penalties for underage users of marijuana (Delaware State News)

// Florida’s nursing and assisted living homes don’t do medical pot (Herald-Tribune)

// Marijuana Market Could Grow Exponentially Including CBD Beer: Report (International Business Times)

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