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Daily Archives : January 12, 2018

Reporter’s California Notebook: Regulators, growers share concerns about state’s marijuana industry

By John Schroyer Marijuana Business Daily reporter John Schroyer is on the ground in California, posting firsthand accounts detailing the historic, Jan. 1 launch of the state’s recreational marijuana market. Scroll down for an inside account from cannabis business executives…

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Hemp industry lawsuit challenging DEA's position on CBD picks up support of 28 U.S. legislators

By Alicia Wallace A bipartisan congressional coalition pushed back on the DEA’s assertion that cannabidiol and extracts derived from hemp are Schedule I substances. …read more Via: Hemp industry lawsuit challenging DEA’s position on CBD picks up support of 28…

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Nearly 70 Congress members push spending bill amendment to protect state-legal marijuana

By Alicia Wallace and Alex Pasquariello “In the last week there’s been a groundswell of support to include this amendment in appropriations legislation,” Rep. Jared Polis said. …read more Via: Nearly 70 Congress members push spending bill amendment to protect…

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The Latest: AG: Girl Can Use Medical Marijuana at School

By By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Latest on lawsuit to allow 11-year-old to receive marijuana treatment while at school (all times local): …read more Via: The Latest: AG: Girl Can Use Medical Marijuana at School     

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Op-ed: New Hampshire's gov won't sign marijuana bill. And that's a good thing

By The Associated Press Opinion: The New Hampshire Legislature shouldn’t move forward on marijuana legislation until they have results from a commission set up to study legalization. …read more Via: Op-ed: New Hampshire’s gov won’t sign marijuana bill. And that’s…

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