Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Kamala Harris says she has smoked pot and supports marijuana legalization (KUSI News)
// A $950 Bong? A $1,475 Weed Grinder? You Can Find Them at Barneys (New York Times)
// San Francisco cannabis retailer acquired by Canada’s TerrAscend for $118M (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Chart: Despite product shortages, New Mexico medical marijuana program posts significant growth in 2018 (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Harborside Progresses Towards Trading as a Public Company (New Cannabis Ventures)
// With Marijuana Legalization Across All Borders, What Does It Mean For N.H.? (New Hampshire Public Radio)
// Aurora Cannabis Net Revenue Grows 363% in 2nd Quarter (New Cannabis Ventures)
// 374 doctors can recommend Ohio medical marijuana. Here is the searchable list. (Cleveland.com)
// N.Y. Medical Pot Sellers Say Full Legalization Might Burn Them (Bloomberg)
// Dispensary Offers Penny Eighths of Weed to DPS Teachers (Denver Westword)
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