Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, November 17, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Quebec unveils zero-tolerance marijuana plan: No home-grown cannabis allowed (Globe and Mail)
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// Bank’s refusal to process online payments slows marijuana ID cards (My Palm Beach Post)
// Canadian companies aim to create medical cannabis powerhouse in Latin America (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Senators Debate Marijuana Use By Judges (Marijuana Moment)
// The truth behind the ‘first marijuana overdose death’ (Washington Post)
// Aurora Cannabis Gets $100 Million From Canaccord Genuity (Green Market Report)
// NEW REPORT: Marijuana Stores as Profitable as Starbucks (Marijuana Industry News)
// Steep Hill Ventures to Focus on Funding Early Stage Cannabis Companies (New Cannabis Ventures)
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