Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, August 21, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Federal Data Shows Youth Marijuana Use Isn’t Increasing Under Legalization (Marijuana Moment)
// South Dakota lawmakers push forward on allowing hemp (ABC Fox Montana (AP))
// Jamaica seeks cannabis seed-to-sale software; 54 licenses ‘granted’ (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// California Cannabis: Preparing for Phase 3 Licensing in L.A. on September 3rd (Canna Law Blog)
// Canadian Cannabis Retail Stores Concentrated in Low-Income Areas (Leafly)
// Missouri gets 2,000+ medical marijuana applications (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Tilray signs first deal to supply pot to Europe out of new Portugal facility (Market Watch)
// California Cities Seeing Cannabis Industry Workers Unionizing (High Times)
// New York And Connecticut Governors Talk Marijuana Legalization On Fishing Trip (Marijuana Moment)
// Elizabeth Warren’s Criminal Justice Plan Involves Legalizing Marijuana And Safe Injection Sites (Marijuana Moment)
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