Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 10, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Washington state temporarily bans flavored marijuana vaping products targeting a third of top-selling MJ vapes (Marijuana Business Daily)
// CBD the Cash Cow: Hemp Industry Expected to Top $23 Billion by 2023 (Merry Jane)
// Farm to freezer: Why ‘fresh-frozen’ is taking over the cannabis harvest (Leafly)
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// ‘Thank You Gov. Baker’: N.H. Vape Shops See Rush After Mass. Ban (WBUR 90.9)
// Over Two Dozen Medical Cannabis Growers in Pennsylvania Unionize (High Times)
// Canadian pot is getting cheaper – but black market still offers best deals (Financial Post)
// B.C.’s eight-store limit frustrates Vancouver cannabis entrepreneurs (Vancouver Is Awesome)
// Cannabis Advocacy Groups Bring 51-foot Inflated Joint To Congress (High Times)
// CA vape maker Kushy Punch in spotlight amid allegations of illegal cannabis products; firm says goods not for sale (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Legalizing Cannabis Is The Answer To Vaping Concerns (Forbes)
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