Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 5, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Utah rejects appeals from six would-be medical cannabis growers (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Medical Cannabidiol Board Approves Chronic Pain as Condition, Delays PTSD Decision (WHOTV 13 NBC)
// Nebraska Attorney General Argues Legalizing Medical Marijuana Is Unconstitutional (Marijuana Moment)
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// Portland unveils proposed rules for marijuana businesses (Portland Press Herald)
// Colorado becomes third state to allow doctors to recommend marijuana instead of opioids (The Hill)
// Sununu Vetoes ‘Home Grow’ Medical Marijuana Bill (NH Public Radio)
// A Closer Look at Aphria’s Reported Profit (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Canadian cannabis firm Cronos spending $300 million to enter US hemp market (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canada’s TerrAscend looks to snap up US marijuana firm Ilera for up to $225 million (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Top Senate Democrat Announces Construction Of Only Hemp Seed Bank In The U.S. (Marijuana Moment)
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