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Federal Cannabis Legalization News – August 2020 – Cannabis News Roundup

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Federal Cannabis Legalization News – August 2020 – Cannabis News Roundup

Kamala Harris teams up with Joe Biden for the Presidental race – What does this mean for cannabis legalization?

Pennsylvania’s Governor champions legalization after the economic fallout of COVD-19

Pre-rolls get recalled in Michigan after an employee licked them in a processing plant

And much more cannabis news from August 2020.
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Footnotes (Headlines to Google):
Weed is not good for your heart, studies say (CNN)
Grandmother Arrested For CBD At Disney World Sues Company With Powerful Legal Team (MarijuanaMoment)
Illinois State Police investigating break-in at cannabis cultivation plant (wsiltv)
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris Gets VP Nod on Joe Biden’s Democratic Ticket (Cannabis Business Times)
Illinois governor appoints Danielle Perry as cannabis czar (MJBiz Daily)
Trulieve Launches National Expungement Week Initiative (PR Newswire)
Michigan Recalls Cannabis Pre-Rolls After Processing Plant Employee Accused of Licking Product (Cannabis Dispensary Mag)
New Jersey Marijuana Legalization Amendment (2020) (Ballotpedia)
Top State Cops Tell Congress To Legalize Marijuana As New Poll Shows Strong Voter Support (Marijuana Moment)
Dems Want To Give Americans ‘A Right To Marijuana,’ Republican Convention Speaker Says (Marijuana Moment)
Pennsylvania Governor Calls For State To Legalize Marijuana, Citing Pandemic (NPR)
Mayor Lori Lightfoot fires Chicago’s top cannabis adviser without offering public explanation (Chicago Tribune)
Elephant at Warsaw Zoo to test cannabis-extract oil (BBC)
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