Two Historic Medical Marijuana Bills Head to Governors’ Desks

Two Historic Medical Marijuana Bills Head to Governors’ Desks

Medical marijuana bills take huge steps in 3 states, feds announce the new standard THC dose for marijuana research, more corruption is revealed about Gaetz’ connection to the cannabis industry (spoiler alert: it’s bad!), and more cannabis news.

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Footnotes:
0:00 – Start of Show
1:00 – Limited Tennessee Medical Marijuana Compromise Bill Heads To Governor’s Desk (Marijuana Moment)
7:35 – Alabama medical marijuana bill headed to Gov. Kay Ivey after historic House vote (Montgomery Advertiser)
17:06 – Medical Marijuana Just Took A Giant Step Toward Legalization In Kansas (KCUR)
23:53 – Minnesota Marijuana Legalization Bill Clears 11th House Committee On Path To The Floor (Marijuana Moment)
25:00 – Missouri House Bill gives hope to those sentenced longer than 10 years (KOMU)
25:10 – Illinois Lawmakers Approve Bill To Legalize Any Amount Of Marijuana And Expunge Past Records (Cannabis Industrial Marketplace)
43:02 – Cookies Rips off Jesce Horton and Lowd
47:27 – Oklahoma judge suspends state’s cannabis seed-to-sale requirement (MJ Biz Daily)
53:20 – Gaetz Probe Expands From Sex Trafficking To Cannabis And Corruption (Huff Post)
57:45 – Biden AG Stresses That Marijuana Use In Legal States Is Not A Justice Department Priority (Marijuana Moment)
59:09 – Pfizer, Eli Lilly Were The Original Medical Marijuana Sellers (Forbes)
1:03:37 – Feds Announce New Standard THC Dose To Be Used In Marijuana Research, Effective Immediately (Marijuana Moment)
1:05:27 – Exclusive: EU’s biggest hemp producer sees profits grow 616 per cent in 2020 (City AM)
1:08:42 – Business interest in B cannabis market up 140% (BevIndustry)
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