Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, February 21, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Tilray to Acquire Hemp Food Company Manitoba Harvest for up to C$419 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Report: Largest marijuana firms already control most of Canada’s adult-use market (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Politicians Ask FDA For Guidance on CBD – By Friday (Green Market Report)
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// Bill that would allow smokable medical pot advances in Florida Senate (Tampa Bay Times)
// Lawmaker says SC medical marijuana bill sensible (WJBF 6 ABC)
// ‘Cannabis beauty’ is becoming a real category as Sephora, others promote CBD-infused products (CNBC)
// Maryland lawmakers to study legalizing recreational marijuana in 2020 with state law or by referendum (Baltimore Sun)
// This University of Michigan class is teaching the science of cannabis (Michigan Live)
// Two More Governors Call For Marijuana Legalization During Budget Speeches (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana Decriminalization Narrowly Rejected By North Dakota Lawmakers (Marijuana Moment)
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