Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, February 15, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Craft cannabis firm Flow Kana closes record $125 million funding round (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana delivery: How Mass. may try to help those hurt by war on drugs (Boston Globe)
// Study: Marijuana Policies Not Increasing Teen Use (U.S. News & World Report)
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// Canopy Growth Quarterly Revenue Surges to $83 Million as Gross Margin Declines (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Largest health-care provider in Utah greenlights medical cannabis recommendations (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Effort in Arkansas to add nearly 40 medical marijuana conditions falls short (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Goldman Alumnus Jumps Into Cannabis Debt Financing (Bloomberg)
// New York City Council Members File A Dozen Marijuana Proposals In One Day (Marijuana Moment)
// Missouri Lawmakers Approve Marijuana Expungement Bill For Medical Cannabis Patients (Marijuana Moment)
// Marijuana Activist Who Live-Streamed Meeting With Congressional Staffer Charged With ‘Illegal Wiretap’ (Reason)
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