Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, November 10, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Failed deal red ink dwindling sales put MassRoots on the ropes (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Medical marijuana director resigns the second in two years (Baltimore Sun)
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// Opening of new Delaware medical marijuana dispensary delayed (Washington Post)
// Marijuana, activists companies clash over recreational rules (Boston Globe)
// State preparing for cash – lots of it – when medical marijuana applications come in (Detroit Free Press)
// Vermont Legislature Poised to Approve Legal Weed in 2018 (Seven Days)
// Marijuana publishing is a growth industry- except in Mexico (Columbia Journalism Review)
// Aurora Cannabis Q1 Sales Surge 169% to $8.25 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
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