Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Tainted vape pens selling 2-for-1 in illegal California stores (Leafly)
// Maine pick-your-own hemp farm in limbo after bank, insurance company cancel accounts (WMTW 8 ABC)
// MJBizDaily leadership change: Co-founder Farrington stepping down as CEO; Walsh to take reins (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Sen. Liz Krueger optimistic about pot legalization in 2020 (AM New York)
// Gov. Reynolds says she is ‘not afraid’ to take executive action on vaping if necessary (CBS 2 Iowa)
// HEXO Raises $70 Million through Private Placement Convertible Note (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Alberta cannabis producer readies Canada’s largest rooftop solar array (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canada has a cannabis packaging problem: Here’s what businesses are doing about it (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Judge throws out class action lawsuit against cannabis delivery giant Eaze (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg Tours Marijuana Dispensary And Grow House (Marijuana Moment)
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