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Thursday, August 15, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A bright green and leafy hemp plant grows under the blue sky.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, August 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Canopy Growth, world’s largest pot company, lost $1 billion in three months (Market Watch)

// Your marijuana delivery is here – now smile for the body cam (Boston Globe)

// Mexico’s top court demands regulation on medical marijuana after long delays (Reuters)


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// UC Davis Will Start Doing Government-Sanctioned Cannabis Research (Merry Jane)

// New Mexico governor’s commission eyeing adult-use cannabis legalization (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Wholesale marijuana prices on upswing in more mature recreational markets, reports indicate (Marijuana Business Daily)

// In one month, 3,000 Pennsylvanians with anxiety certified for medical marijuana (Pennsylvania Capital-Star)

// Damaging hailstorm hits Oregon hemp farms, causes potentially millions in losses (Hemp Industry Daily)

// No, Drug-Sniffing Dogs Can’t Distinguish Between Marijuana And Hemp (Fresh Toast)

// Former Congressman Touts His Decades-Old Marijuana Bill At State Regulatory Meeting (Marijuana Moment)


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Thursday, August 23, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Three empty numbered jail cells sit side-by-side.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, August 23, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Law directing DOJ to review criminal marijuana cases for reductions gets green light from CA Senate (KSBY 6 NBC)

// Oklahoma judge nixes effort to block business-friendly medical marijuana rules (Marijuana Business Daily)

// In Follow-Up Move, DEA Wants More Marijuana Grown In 2018 As Well (Marijuana Moment)


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// We don’t want legal weed sold in our towns, half of N.J. residents say (NJ.com)

// Poll: Huge Majority Of Wisconsin Voters Want Marijuana Legalized (Marijuana Moment)

// Cost of new mandatory marijuana pesticide testing tough to absorb for Colorado’s growers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// State refuses to referee marijuana testing dispute (Boston Globe)

// Mass. Regulators Urge Cities Towns To Help Diversify The Marijuana Industry (WBUR 90.9)

// Wholesale Prices for Oregon’s Outdoor-Grown Cannabis Are the Lowest America Has Ever Seen (Willamette Week)

// Oregon judge tosses racketeering claim against medical marijuana grower (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Tuesday, September 26, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A gaggle of police officers gathersnear lined- and lit-up police cars after an arrest.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Trump Administration Makes It Harder To Track Marijuana Arrests (But I Did It Anyway) (Forbes)

// L.A. is set to be a hot market for marijuana sales. But there might not be many places to smoke it (Los Angeles Times)

// As Legalization Looms, Toronto Wrangles Where to Allow Smoking (Leafly)


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// Marijuana industry groups to LA: Don’t shut out existing suppliers (Los Angeles Daily News)

// California Pot Trends Already Resemble Colorado’s Retail Market (Westword)

// U.S. Wholesale Cannabis Prices Down 18.6% During First Half of 2017, Despite Relative Stability (Marijuana Industry News)

// Israel Cannabis Market Could Be Worth $1.1 Billion By 2022 (Green Market Report)

// Marijuana task-force member’s move to legal weed company raises conflict-of-interest concerns (National Post)

// Quarter of Seattle cancer patients turn to marijuana to help cope with pain, stress, and nausea (Independent)

// Vail Valley ranchers say they have the only zero-carbon footprint marijuana grow in Colorado (Vail Daily)


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Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Downtown Denver

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Denver pot-use initiative might compete with private clubs measure on Nov. ballot (Denver Post)

// Colorado Wholesale Recreational Cannabis Prices Tumbling (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Few Uruguay pharmacies interested in selling marijuana (CTV News)


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// New Report: Nevada Marijuana Sales Projected to Hit $630 Million by 2020 (Fidelity)

// Hawaii Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Could Pull in $38 Million in First Year (Marijuana Industry News)

// Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Safe Harbor Letter Now Online (Marijuana Industry News)

// Families with epileptic kids upset marijuana treatment seized at border (Alaska Highway News)

// First cultivated hemp field in Minnesota since 1950 is growing strong (Grand Forks Herald)

// Tilray CEO Greg Engel Appears to Have Quietly Exited (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Helix TCS Acquires Colorado Marijuana Wholesale Site (Marijuana Business Daily)


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