Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Hundreds wait in line for first day of legalized recreational marijuana sales (Detroit Free Press)
// Federal Agency Adopts Policy Letting People With Drug Convictions Work At Credit Unions (Marijuana Moment)
// Charges stand in case of shipment from Vermont hemp farm seized by NYPD (Burlington Free Press)
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// Top Drug Treatment Providers Push UK Government To Consider Decriminalization (Marijuana Moment)
// Arkansas may revoke retailers’ inactive medical pot licenses (CT Post (AP))
// Shoppers Drug Mart medical cannabis portal goes national (Winnipeg Free Press)
// SOL Global Reports $51 Million Loss (Green Market Report)
// Could Life Insurance Go Up in Smoke for Some Vapers? (New York Times (Reuters))
// Is the vape scare affecting the cannabis market? (Leafly)
// Canadian islanders angry over US mail searches (BBC News)
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