Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Harvest Health sets cannabis industry standard with $850 million acquisition of multistate operator Verano (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Black Lawmakers to Block Legalized Marijuana in N.Y. if Their Communities Don’t Benefit (New York Times)
// Minnesota Senate Committee Kills Marijuana Legalization Bill (Marijuana Moment)
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// State news briefs: Oklahoma lawmakers send medical marijuana bill to governor (Shawnee News-Star)
// Ohio’s medical marijuana sales top $1.8 million in first 2 months (WKYC 3 NBC)
// Bill to allow home-grown medical marijuana passes New Hampshire House (Boston Globe (AP))
// Ohio grants cannabis firm permission to produce concentrates, edibles, topicals (Marijuana Business Daily)
// CA class action suit set to proceed against county that banned marijuana grows (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Minority Cannabis Business Association Releases Model Municipal Social Equity Ordinance for Nationwide Adoption (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Chart of the Week: California marijuana business licenses expiring at a rapid clip (Marijuana Business Daily)
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