Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Maryland medical pot companies that missed licensing deadline get a reprieve (Washington Post)

// Feds Scale Back Marijuana ‘Addiction’ And ‘Overdose’ Talk (MassRoots)

// Medical marijuana industry expected to bring new jobs to Arkansas (Arkansas Online)

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// More than 1,200 doctors now signed up for medical marijuana program (Florida Politics)

// iAnthus Provides Update on Cannabis Operations in Five States (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Automation in the pot industry is picking up with unforeseen speed (Next Web)

// Meet the Cannabis Beauty Line That’s Turning Your Daily Slick of Lip Balm Into a Wellness Moment (Vogue)

// How Cannabis Helped NHL Enforcer Riley Cote Survive His Hockey Career (Leafly)

// Cronos Group CEO Reveals Strategy in Exclusive Interview (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Chart: Quarter of cannabis businesses are owned or were founded by women (Marijuana Business Daily)

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