Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 11, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana dispensaries waiting for licenses to get more breathing room (Detroit Free Press)
// Commission Discusses a Taxed-and-Regulated Cannabis Market for Vermont (Seven Days VT)
// Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Worker Rejected For Medical Marijuana Use (Marijuana Moment)
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// Congress Removes Military Veteran Medical Marijuana Provision From Funding Bill (Marijuana Moment)
// Poll: Marijuana legalization support helps Nikki Fried’s Ag. Commish bid (Florida Politics)
// Aurora Cannabis Buys South American ICC Labs In C$290 Million All Stock Deal (Green Market Report)
// Wirtz-linked Breakthru Beverage invests $9.2 million in Canadian marijuana producer (Chicago Tribune)
// Legal Marijuana Access Disrupts The Illicit Market, Study Finds (Marijuana Moment)
// People who break Manitoba cannabis rules to face fines up to $2,500 (The Province (Canadian Press))
// Chart: Dominant player emerging for state cannabis seed-to-sale tracking contracts (Marijuana Business Daily)
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