Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana-Based Drug Gets Positive Review From US Agency (New York Times (AP))
// Scotts Miracle-Gro Announces $450 Million Acquisition of Sunlight Supply as Hawthorne Sales Slump (New Cannabis Ventures )
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// Canopy Rivers Invests $5 Million in Cannabis Media Company Civilized Worldwide (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Bill to launch recreational marijuana in Maine heads to LePage who has vowed a veto (Portland Press Herald)
// California Cannabis Licenses Could Reach More than 20000 by End of 2018 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Twenty companies pass first hurdle to obtaining adult-use marijuana licenses (Milford Daily News)
// Study: Thousands Admit To Driving While High (CBS Denver)
// Pot holiday traces roots to California high school stoners (Chron (AP))
// MassRoots reports net loss of $44 million in 2017 (Cannabist)
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