Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Canopy Growth is done buying smaller pot producers, CEO Bruce Linton says (Financial Post)
// Analysis: Breaking Down Congress’s Vote To Protect Legal Marijuana States From Federal Enforcement (Marijuana Moment)
// Clampdown: Nikki Fried promises CBD products enforcement soon (Florida Politics)
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// Illinois governor plans to sign recreational marijuana bill (660 News (AP))
// Hawaii Marijuana Decriminalization Will Take Effect, Governor Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Sununu Signs Bill Allowing Physician Assistants To Prescribe Medical Marijuana (NHPR)
// Canopy Growth Adds Outdoor Cultivation in Saskatchewan (New Cannabis Ventures)
// USDA Sets Target Deadline To Release Hemp Regulations (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana firm High Times explores OTC, not Nasdaq, as it falls short of capital target (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Check out ex-Warriors coach Don Nelson’s marijuana farm on HBO’s ‘Real Sports’ (NBC Sports)
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