Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Illicit Cannabis Vape Carts Hospitalized 7 in California Doctors Say (Leafly)
// ‘I feel lucky for real’: How legalizing hemp accidentally helped marijuana suspects (NBC News)
// FBI investigating possible corruption in US cannabis industry (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Marijuana giant Harvest agrees to relinquish two dispensary permits after Pennsylvania probe (Philadelphia Inquirer)
// Ex-Cop is First Individual Licensed to Sell Medical Cannabis in Canada (Leafly)
// Barbados latest Caribbean country to propose sweeping medical cannabis law (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canopy executive compensation surges to $28.5 million following pot legalization (BNN Bloomberg)
// Texas School District Will Now Expel Any Student Caught with a THC Vape Pen (Merry Jane)
// Second manufacturer joins Iowa’s medical marijuana program (KPVI 6 NBC)
// Whitefield Farmers Test New Market with Pick-Your-Own Hemp Fields (Lincoln County News)
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