Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, April 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Canopy Growth isn’t buying Acreage Holdings, it’s buying the right to buy Acreage Holdings (Market Watch)
// Pot sales fell in February as producers hoard supply ahead of edibles launch (BNN Bloomberg)
// Carl’s Jr.’s First CBD Burger Hits on 4/20 in Denver (Leafy)
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// Medical marijuana licenses granted for eight more Florida operators (South Florida Sun Sentinel)
// ‘Don’t forget about us,’ Massachusetts medical marijuana patients say (Mass Live)
// Theory Wellness doing something ‘impactful’ with equity sponsorship program (Berkshire Eagle)
// Here’s the Average Price of Cannabis in Each Canadian Province (Civilized)
// Closing illegal pot shops an uphill battle until demand is met, say authorities (Summerland Review)
// HEXO Is Top Pick as Bank of America Initiates Cannabis Coverage (The Street)
// Canadian Officials Announce Cannabis is Permitted at Yukon Camping Sites (High Times)
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