All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Monday, April 2, 2018.
Headlines of the day
// Medical marijuana dispensaries among entities that get first shot at applying for a retail pot shop license (MassLive)
// Georgia Lawmakers Approve PTSD, Intractable Pain as Qualifying Conditions (Leafly)
// Oregon’s Crackdown On Cannabis Sales To Minors Appears To Be Working (Oregon Public Radio)
// Here’s why pot sellers are paying prime rents for warehouse and storefront space (LA Times)
// California Today: In Oakland, a Clash of Artists vs. Big Cannabis (New York Times)
// From horse to hemp: Colorado rancher eyes second calling (Cannabist)
// An Oral History of ‘Up In Smoke’ on Its 40th Anniversary (Leafly)
// This State Could Allow Non-Residents Access to Medical Marijuana (High Times)
// RI Compassion Center Employee Denied Mortgage Due to ‘Marijuana Related’ Income (Go Local Prov)
// Amid Federal Threats, State Treasurer Pushes For Marijuana Banking Access (Marijuana Moment)
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