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Friday, November 15, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, November 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Oregon bans on both flavored nicotine and cannabis vaping products now on hold (Oregon Live)

// Canopy’s net revenue plunges as challenges pile up in Canadian cannabis sector (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Pennsylvania medical marijuana sales top $500M in first 2 years (Penn Live (AP))


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// Opportunity: New Brunswick to sell its 20 government-owned cannabis stores (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Support For Marijuana Legalization Increased Again In 2019, Pew Poll Finds (Marijuana Moment)

// Public pot consumption will only be allowed at dispensaries and smoke shops – dashing hopes of bars and restaurants (Chicago Sun-Times)

// The Green Organic Dutchman Signs Arrangements for Up to $103 Million in Funding (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Drake’s Dream Crew wants to trademark Health Canada’s THC symbol (Leafly)

// Postal Service Unveils ‘Drug Free USA Forever’ Stamp Commemorating 1980s Anti-Drug Program (Marijuana Moment)

// Cross-pollination could cost marijuana farmers several thousand dollars as hemp production expands nationwide (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Thursday, November 14, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Two sea lions lie next to one another amongst others on a beach and ham it up for the camera- with the closest carrying a surprised and shocked look while the one behind has a big cheery wholesome smile.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, November 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Surprise! Michigan adult-use cannabis sales begin Dec. 1 (Leafly)

// Marijuana Prohibition Is Delaying Federal Response To Vaping Crisis, CDC Says (Marijuana Moment)

// Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot offers plan to lower fines, end vehicle impoundment for illegal pot possession (Chicago Tribune)


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// New Mexico Committee Gets Head Start On Marijuana Legalization For 2020 Session (Marijuana Moment)

// Charlotte’s Web Lowers Guidance As Expenses Skyrocket (Green Market Report)

// Tilray Reports Rising Sales, Rising Losses (Green Market Report)

// Sundial Growers Reports $28 Million Cannabis Revenue in Q3 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Acreage Holdings Reports Revenue of $22 Million, Net Losses of $39 Million (Green Market Report)

// Cresco Labs, Origin House revamp cannabis merger as value falls more than 50% and close delayed (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Eaze Announces Winners of $50,000 Grants to Enhance Diversity and Inclusion in the Cannabis Industry (Cannabis Business Times)


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Tuesday, November 12, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A hand holds up a black and silver vape pan at a 45 degree angle. The golden yellow oil in the vape pen sits atop inside a glass chamber. All is seen against a blurry background of what looks to be a well-organized outdoor cannabis farm.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 12, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Vape injury update: CDC confirms vitamin E acetate as ‘very strong culprit’ (Leafly)

// What we know about the Massachusetts vape ban and its future (Boston Globe)

// Code Blue! California’s medical cannabis ID card system has collapsed (Leafly)


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// How Mexico Is Losing the War Against Cartels (Vice)

// Sanders, Warren, And Buttigieg Include Medical Marijuana In Veterans Day Plans (Forbes)

// Sen. King pushes for law to ensure banking access for cannabis businesses (Portland Press Herald)

// Winn-Dixie Grocery Stores Are Now Stocking Their Shelves with CBD Products (Merry Jane)

// Medicine Man Technologies Q3 Revenue Increases 14% to $5.3 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Ohio bans vitamin E acetate from medical marijuana vapes after CDC links it to lung illnesses (Cincinnati Enquirer)

// From ‘Veronica Mars’ to toxic vapes: The rise and fall of Honey Cut (Leafly)


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Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Two small bottles of vape juice- French Vanilla and Cool Mint- stand in front of a metallic white vaporizer laying on its side against a seamless white background. An unlabeled bottle of golden-yellow vape juice sits behind that.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 22, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Mass. governor on timeline to ensure nicotine vape ban complies with law (Mass Live)

// Cannabis firm Harborside owes $11 million under 280E, US Tax Court rules (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Cannabis vaporizer company Pax Labs cuts 25% of workers after missing revenue projections (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// Hemp Regulations Will Be Issued Within Weeks, Top USDA Official Says (Marijuana Moment)

// Legalization of drugs is the way to combat cartels, former Mexican president says (CNBC)

// Key Mexican Lawmaker Proposes Legalizing All Drugs To Combat Cartel Violence (Marijuana Moment)

// Soccer Star Megan Rapinoe Signs On With CBD Brand Mendi (Green Market Report)

// Maine requiring cannabis label for recreational products (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Marijuana businesses increasingly plan to sue if regulators fail to award them a business license (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Snoop Dogg given bouquet of 48 joints for birthday (Swiowa News Source)


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Thursday, October 3, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A screen shot of a video showing a police officer handing back a small bag of marijuana to a driver.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 3, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Viral video shows police giving weed back to driver under new guidelines (WSB-TV 2 Atlanta)

// Local Police Struggling to Make Minor Marijuana Arrests (NBC Miami)

// Majority Of Americans Support Decriminalizing All Drugs, Poll Finds (Marijuana Moment)


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// Hundreds Of Companies Sign Letter Calling For Marijuana Descheduling To Prevent Vaping Injuries (Marijuana Moment)

// Connecticut senator seeks 4-month moratorium on vaping sales (Hartford Courant)

// Marijuana Policy Project Publishes Cannabis Vaping Report (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Group sues Massachusetts over marijuana vaping, e-cigarette ban (Marijuana Business Daily)

// The United States of Cannabis Reveals Each State’s Distinct Cannabis Identity (Green Market Report)

// Marijuana enthusiasts queue around the block as America’s first cannabis cafe Lowell Farms opens (Sky Statement)

// San Diego cracking down on marijuana billboards but loosening other rules (San Diego Union-Tribune)


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Tuesday, September 24, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 24, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Cambridge has temporarily banished ‘Big Cannabis.’ Up next: lawsuits (Boston Globe)

// 21 State Attorneys General Urge Congress Protect State Marijuana Programs From Federal Interference (Marijuana Moment)

// Marijuana Policy Project: Banking Bill Means Equity For Minority Businesses (Op-Ed) (Marijuana Moment)


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// Oregon Psilocybin Ballot Campaign Launches Signature Drive With New $150K Donation (Marijuana Moment)

// European Commission approves Epidiolex marketing authorization, GW Pharmaceuticals says (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Proposed overhaul of Australia’s medical cannabis framework ‘far too slow,’ industry officials say (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Cannabis Control Commission Chairman Steve Hoffman: Lack of money top barrier for social equity applicants (Mass Live)

// Twice as Many Americans Use Cannabis for Medicine Over Recreation, Study Says (Merry Jane)

// NFL legend Calvin Johnson says he used cannabis after every game to relieve pain (Growth Op)

// Judge says nonresidents can obtain New Mexico medical pot (South Florida Sun-Sentinel (AP))


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Thursday, September 19, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, September 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Beto O’Rourke proposes ‘drug war justice grants’ for marijuana offenders (Politico)

// Pot rules: DC mayor changes how the district handles marijuana use among employees (WUSA 9 CBS)

// Key Congressional Chair Says Marijuana Banking Vote Will Happen Over Groups’ Objections (Marijuana Moment)


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// New Hampshire House Overrides Governor’s Veto and Approves Home Cultivation Bill (Cannabis Business Times)

// Chicago Mayor Wants to Keep Cannabis Out of City’s Core (Leafly)

// Ontario spent at least $10 million on cannabis stores that never opened (Global News)

// California Says Nearly All Cannabis Businesses Will Be In Statewide Tracking System By End Of October (Capital Public Radio)

// Federal judge rules that Indiana’s smokable hemp ban is unconstitutional (Hemp Industry Daily)

// Marijuana board considers Outside investment in testing labs (Alaska Journal of Commerce)

// Mattress Start-Up Casper Is Now Slanging CBD Gummies to Help You Sleep (Merry Jane)


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Monday, August 26, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A mature stand of greenhouse-grown cannabis fills the frame.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 26, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Whole Cannabis Flower Relieves Pain More Than Other Weed Products, Study Shows (Merry Jane)

// Five months after opening, Brookline’s marijuana store is still one of America’s busiest – and not everyone is thrilled (Boston Globe)

// Chocolate Complicates Marijuana Edibles Potency Testing, Scientists Find (Marijuana Moment)


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// ‘We’ve put ourselves on the map’: Thousands flock to Oklahoma City for High Times Cannabis Cup (Tulsa World)

// Floridians overwhelmingly support legalizing recreational marijuana, top pollster finds (Florida Politics)

// California Says Its Cannabis Revenue Has Fallen Short Of Estimates, Despite Gains (Oregon Public Broadcasting)

// Pot Vape Race Heats Up as Store Count Grows: Cannabis Weekly (Bloomberg)

// Massachusetts Department of Revenue can withhold data on local marijuana tax distributions, state rules (Mass Live)

// Dixie Elixirs CEO Talks Partnership With AriZona Iced Tea and More (Denver Westword)

// Buttigieg Pledges To Decriminalize Possession Of All Drugs In First Term As President (Marijuana Moment)


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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A sun-lit hemp leaf and young bud sits under bright light.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Credit Unions Can Bank Hemp Businesses, Federal Agency Announces (Marijuana Moment)

// Oregon Has Way Too Much Legal Weed. This Is Where It’s Going (Vice)

// Marijuana Taxes Differ In Legalized States, Complicating Projections (Marijuana Moment)


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// ‘The system is swamped.’ Canada can’t keep up with requests to study cannabis (Science Magazine)

// Columbia begins shipping CBD to Switzerland (Grizzle)

// Medicine Man Technologies Continues to Execute on Colorado Roll-Up Strategy with Announcement of $17.25 Million Pending Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Canadian cannabis investors still waiting for a breakout company to emerge (Growth Op)

// Deschutes County imposes marijuana moratorium (Bend Bulletin)

// Louisiana medical cannabis supplies adequate, state says (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Bernie Sanders Calls For Legalization Of Marijuana And Safe Injection Sites (Marijuana Moment)


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Monday, July 29, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A close up of a sun-drenched fully budded marijuana plant is seen.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, July 29, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Data Analytics Company Nielsen Projects American Cannabis Market to Reach $40 Billion by 2025 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Police Traffic Searches Dropped 70 Percent In Vermont City After Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)

// Congressional Bill Would Let Some Students With Marijuana Convictions Keep Financial Aid (Marijuana Moment)


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// CannTrust shares spike after CEO chair forced out amid unlicensed grow probe (Red Deer Advocate (Canadian Press))

// Cannabis to be ‘fully legal in UK within years’ (Independent)

// Oregon Marijuana Tax Revenue Crosses $100 Million Mark (Bloomberg Tax)

// Is cannabis use the same as off-duty drinking by workers? Many companies still say no (CNBC)

// Grading the Democratic Presidential Candidates on Marijuana: Pete Buttigieg (Canna Law Blog)

// California marijuana track-and-trace data to remain confidential (Marijuana Business Daily)

// A Second Bipartisan Marijuana Insurance Bill Was Filed In Congress This Week (Marijuana Moment)


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