Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, November 7, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Nearly 400 California marijuana business licenses suspended injecting fresh uncertainty into state’s cannabis industry (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana Use Tied To Lower Rates Of Depression And Suicidal Ideation Among PTSD Patients (Marijuana Moment)
// What Tuesday’s Elections Mean For State And Local Marijuana Reform (Marijuana Moment)
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// New incubator to help owners of color crack into white-dominated cannabis industry in Illinois (Chicago Sun Times)
// Ontario to allow cannabis retailers to sell online and over the phone (Vancouver Sun)
// Scotts-MiracleGro Sees 38% Growth in Hawthorne Business in Q4 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// New York State Regulators File Amendment To Allow CBD Hemp Products In Medical Marijuana Program (Marijuana Moment)
// Former Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee made the first purchase at a Massachusetts marijuana dispensary opening (Boston.com)
// Americans Think Weed Is Much Safer Than E-Cigs or Tobacco, Poll Finds (Merry Jane)
// Oklahoma Frees Hundreds of Minor Drug Offenders From Jail (Merry Jane)
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