Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// DEA Says It Will Finally Let Others Grow Research-Grade Cannabis (Leafly)
// DPS Says Hemp Transportable Through SD With USDA Approved State Permit (SDPB Radio)
// Nevada judge freezes permits for new recreational marijuana shops (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Hawaii destroys hemp growers’ crops due to high THC levels (News Tribune (AP))
// Colorado to require mycotoxin testing for cannabis concentrates (Marijuana Business Daily)
// How Alberta swiped the pot province title from B.C. (Growth Op)
// Wellness Connection at heart of New England marijuana fight (Central Maine)
// GTI Closes New York Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Canopy Backpedals on Plan to Work With First Nations Community (Leafly)
// Canopy Growth investment to cost Constellation a record $54-million loss this quarter (Canada.com (Reuters))
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