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Monday, October 22, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 22, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Days Into Legalization, Canada Is Already Running out of Cannabis (Leafly (Canadian Press))

// Gov. Scott appeals major medical marijuana ruling (WPBF 25 ABC)

// Mexican Government Officials Visit Canada To Learn About Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)


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// Canadian Lawmaker Vapes Marijuana And Doesn’t Care What Anyone Thinks (Marijuana Moment)

// Indiana lawmakers are considering medical marijuana. One legislator said he tried it. (Indianapolis Star)

// Flying High: Aboard Canada’s First Cross-Country Flight With Cannabis (Leafly)

// Pot at a pub? Colorado agencies tell Denver they’re not budging on indoor marijuana smoking (Denver Post)

// Alcohol and Cannabis Have Created More Oregon Jobs Than Tech in the Past Decade (Willamette Week)

// California drops ‘bombs’ in updated draft of permanent rules for cannabis businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Massachusetts: Vendors Identified For Cannabis Control Commission’s Social Equity Program (Weed News)


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Friday, September 28, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, September 28, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Campaign to amend marijuana rules started weeks before public knew (News OK)

// NJWeedman’ wants to get arrested. Police say no lawmakers still working on legal weed (NorthJersey.com)

// The DEA Just Placed a Marijuana-Derived Drug In Schedule V (Marijuana Moment)


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// Pa. ordered to tell PennLive reporter who is reviewing medical marijuana applications (Penn Live)

// Gov. Brown Signs Bill Letting Cities Approve Marijuana Special Events (KPIX 5 CBS)

// California’s Cannabis Equity Act Just Changed the Game (Leafly)

// Cannabis-Laced Drinks Could Be a $600 Million Market in U.S. by 2022 (Bloomberg)

// Multistate medical marijuana operators tapped for Virginia’s CBD program (Marijuana Business Daily)

// MedMen Equity Offering Increased to $86 Million as Underwriters Exercise Option (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Boston firm hired to score 203 Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary applications (Talk Business & Politics)


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Friday, September 7, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Three New Jersey mayors speak at a podium addressing the issue of legal marijuana and criminal justice reform.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, September 7, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Jersey Mayors Demand Social Equity In Marijuana Legalization Bill (Marijuana Moment)

// Massachusetts marijuana retailers could get final go-ahead this month (Mass Live)

// Another bank closed Nikki Fried’s campaign account because of medical marijuana (Tampa Bay Times)


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// SEC sues cannabis investment fund, warns investors about MJ industry ‘scam artists’ (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Maryland’s medical cannabis program technically bans food products – yet sells plenty of edible items (Baltimore Sun)

// CBD for CTE is Transforming How Pro-Athletes Recover From Traumatic Brain Injury (Herb)

// MedMen to Sell $75 Million of Units at $5.50 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Aphria fully exits U.S. cannabis market as it waits for federal laws to change (Toronto Star)

// Pot pamphlets found in 4-H Club youth bags at Colorado State Fair (KDVR Fox 31)

// Doctor Loses Medical License For Legally Treating Her Menstrual Cramps With Cannabis (Herb)


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