Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Baltimore Will No Longer Prosecute Cannabis Possession Cases (Leafly)
// Hemp or marijuana? ISP stops truck driver with 6,701 pounds of ‘green, leafy substance’ (Idaho Statesman)
// Canopy Growth-backed pot company Slang lists on CSE, valued at $480 million (Market Watch)
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// More ‘extinction events’ for CA cannabis companies: Q&A with consultant Jackie McGowan (Marijuana Business Daily)
// What’s the Holdup, New Jersey? Squabbles Delay Legalization, Again (Leafly)
// Take a sneak peek at Denver’s newest social marijuana club about to open on the ‘Green Mile’ (Denver Channel)
// U.S. Funds With $100 Billion Explore Loans to Canadian Pot Firms (Bloomberg)
// Leaked internal document sparks questions over CA cannabis growers group’s finances, management (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canadian Cannabis Sales Rise Modestly in December (New Cannabis Ventures)
// In Photos: Canada’s First Bongspiel, a Cannabis-Infused Curling Tournament (Leafly)
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