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Headlines: Senate May Consider Amendment To Study Legalization

Sen. Menendez files amendment to study marijuana legalization’s impact on the states; House bill filed to automatically seal marijuana offenses after 1 year; DEA moves to increase cannabis quota by five times; 1 in 4 MIllennials smoke pot; Baker religiously opposed to gay cakes now opposed to pot cakes, too.

Headlines: Pro-Legalization Democrats win Four State Gubernatorial Primaries

Pro-legalization Democrats win in Connecticut, Vermont, Minnesota, and Wisconsin; North Dakota and Missouri marijuana measures may affect key Senate races; 54 percent of Missourians support amending the state constitution for medical marijuana; Pennsylvania pot shop punished for pricing grams at just $1; Athlete for Care names Anna Valent first Executive Director; Corona brewer now a 38 percent owner in world’s largest marijuana company.

Headlines: Brad Bradshaw Sues to Block Competing Missouri MedMJ Initiatives

Find the Cures sues to get competing Missouri medical marijuana initiatives disqualified; MPP names Steve Hawkins new Executive Director; North Dakota’s congressional delegation opines on state’s legalization bid; Scientists think pot smoking restores homeostasis to aid Crohn’s patients; Heineken jumping into cannabis-infused beverage market; CBD industry to hit $2 billion by 2022.

Headlines: Workplace Safety Improved In Marijuana States

Workplace fatalities dropped in legal marijuana states; GW Pharma wants $32,500 for Epidiolex; Denver mayor now says regulation works; Major raids happening in Denver; Pennsylvania youth not using more pot after medical marijuana; Woman loses her newborn for five days over poppy seed bagel positive drug test.

Headlines: Mariana Islands House Approves Recreational Marijuana Bill

Northern Mariana Islands may be first US jurisdiction to jump straight to medical marijuana; Florida congressman wants to protect employment rights of legal pot smokers; Oklahoma legalizers admit falsifying signature counts; Cannabis dependency is down despite legal use going up; Dispensaries near schools don’t affect teen use; Almost 1-in-5 California tokers still buying from illegal market.