Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, November 22, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// License revoked for California vape maker Kushy Punch after state seizes $21 million worth of products (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Boeing faced only ‘limited’ safety review from NASA, while SpaceX got a full examination (Washington Post)
// Despite the threat of bans, vape companies are doing surprisingly well (Fast Company)
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// Steven Hoffman is ‘pleased’ with the state’s first year of pot sales. Here’s what he expects from year two – and beyond. (Boston.com)
// First Year of Adult-Use Marijuana Retail Operations in Massachusetts Tallies $393.7 Million in Gross Sales, Sets Benchmarks for Growth (Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission)
// In 6 Months, About 57 Tons Of Smokable Medical Marijuana Was Ordered For Florida Patients (WUSF News)
// Virginia Attorney General Hosts ‘Cannabis Summit’ To Advance Reform In New Democratic Legislature (Marijuana Moment)
// Legal Weed Is Making An Impact On The Billion Dollar Sleep Market (Fresh Toast)
// California marijuana taxes will increase New Year’s Day (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Senators Push USDA To Adopt Five Changes To Proposed Hemp Regulations (Marijuana Moment)
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