Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Chart: California marijuana market experiences license contraction in 2019 (Marijuana Business Daily)
// USDA Says Hemp Farmers Now Qualify For Federal Crop Insurance (Marijuana Moment)
// Gronk Calling Himself ‘Mr. Recovery,’ Is Getting into the CBD Game (Boston Magazine)
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// Chicago to Clear Thousands of Cannabis Arrests During Legalization (Leafly (AP))
// Curaleaf Q2 Revenue Grows 231% to $48.5 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Minnesota Governor Tells Agencies to Prepare for Marijuana Legalization (U.S. News & World Report)
// Michigan legislature moves closer to approving warning labels for marijuana (Michigan Public Radio)
// Medical cannabis at school? California Assembly OKs bill that would let students take prescription weed (Palm Springs Desert Sun)
// MCSO has been creating marijuana extracts for at least 4 years (AZ Mirror)
// NJ Governor Vetoes Cannabis Expungement, Calls for Stronger Bill (Green Market Report)
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