Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana sales expected to double on April 20 (Boston Globe)
// TerrAscend Sees 2019 Sales at $135 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Study Finds Marijuana Motivates People To Exercise Smashing Lazy Stoner Stereotype (Marijuana Moment)
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// Denver council moves to open 5 square miles for social marijuana use, despite mayor’s opposition (Denver Post)
// Medical marijuana insurance in Florida? Lawmakers, agriculture commissioner pushing for it (Tallahassee Democrat)
// Nebraska’s tough approach to medical marijuana may backfire (San Francisco Chronicle (AP))
// Aphria Reports Q3 $108 Million Loss, Updates Green Growth Brands Takeover Plans (Green Market Report)
// Most doctors are steering clear of Virginia’s medical marijuana program (Virginia Mercury)
// Georgia governor to sign medical marijuana expansion this week (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
// Congressional Democrats Compete In Marijuana-Themed Trivia Game (Marijuana Moment)
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