Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, July 29, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Data Analytics Company Nielsen Projects American Cannabis Market to Reach $40 Billion by 2025 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Police Traffic Searches Dropped 70 Percent In Vermont City After Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// Congressional Bill Would Let Some Students With Marijuana Convictions Keep Financial Aid (Marijuana Moment)
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// CannTrust shares spike after CEO chair forced out amid unlicensed grow probe (Red Deer Advocate (Canadian Press))
// Cannabis to be ‘fully legal in UK within years’ (Independent)
// Oregon Marijuana Tax Revenue Crosses $100 Million Mark (Bloomberg Tax)
// Is cannabis use the same as off-duty drinking by workers? Many companies still say no (CNBC)
// Grading the Democratic Presidential Candidates on Marijuana: Pete Buttigieg (Canna Law Blog)
// California marijuana track-and-trace data to remain confidential (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A Second Bipartisan Marijuana Insurance Bill Was Filed In Congress This Week (Marijuana Moment)
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