Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, July 30, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New York reduces penalties for marijuana possession (Washington Post)
// The St. Kitts And Nevis Government Is Filing A Marijuana Legalization Bill This Week (Marijuana Moment)
// Immigrant Denied Re-Entry Into US After Admitting to Smoking Weed (Merry Jane)
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// Charlotte’s Web Hemp CBD Topical Products Expanding to 1,350 Kroger Stores Across 22 States (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Businesses appeal Utah’s medical cannabis cultivator picks (Marijuana Business Daily)
// CannTrust’s CEO didn’t just lose his job, he likely lost $8.2 million in stock options (Financial Post)
// Cresco rebranding marijuana dispensaries to Sunnyside, with wellness focus (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Legalizing Marijuana Deliveries Can Reduce Impaired Driving, Colorado Governor Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Arizona attorney general OKs digital medical cannabis payments (Marijuana Business Daily)
// USA Today Report: Cannabis Consumers Reduce Use of Pills, Booze (Leafly)
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