Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// MedMen and PharmaCann terminate $682 million cannabis merger; MedMen CFO ousted (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Citing ‘consistent failure,’ Aleafia nixes cannabis supply deal with Aphria (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Montana temporarily bans flavored e-cigarettes (CT Post (AP))
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// Thousands qualify for Denver’s marijuana conviction expungement program; few apply (Denver Channel 7 ABC)
// Mayor Lori Lightfoot holds first meeting on recreational marijuana sales (ABC 7 Chicago)
// Even without reform, banks increasingly serving marijuana industry (Marijuana Business Daily)
// It’s Official: Legal Weed Does Not Lead to Increased Crime, Study Confirms (Merry Jane)
// Medical Cannabis Helps Chronic Pain Patients Get Off Opioids, Study Shows (Merry Jane)
// More Senators Are Demanding That FDA Speed Up CBD Regulations (Marijuana Moment)
// 5 Reasons Why Cannabis Should Be Legally Allowed to Move Between States (Merry Jane)
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