Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Mass. marijuana industry in mostly corporate and white. Inside one Boston battle to change that (Boston Globe)
// Maryland cannabis regulators tell dispensaries they need to open by Sept. 30 or else (Baltimore Sun)
// Teagan Appleby to have confiscated medical cannabis returned (Guardian)
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// Legalization led to people trying cannabis for the first time ever (CTV News)
// Ontario Cannabis Store expects CA$25 million loss despite monopoly advantage (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Mile High Labs Raises $65MM to Purchase Mountains of Hemp (New Cannabis Ventures)
// California Might Require 1 Dispensary for 4 Alcohol-Serving Businesses (Weedmaps (AP))
// Inability To Ship Across State Lines Hurts Cannabis Businesses, Especially Small Operators (Forbes)
// Groups with more pot arrests may get edge in Michigan’s legalized industry (Detroit News)
// Ontario’s new licence plate slogan sounds suspiciously weedy (Georgia Straight)
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