Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 29, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Home delivery of marijuana could start in Massachusetts this year (Boston Globe)
// ‘Getting Worse, Not Better’: Illegal Pot Market Booming in California Despite Legalization (New York Times)
// Cresco Labs Files $500 Million Preliminary Base Shelf Prospectus (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// In Communities With Retail Pot, Public Consumption Citations Not A Hot Item (New England Public Radio)
// Cannabis is medicine to thousands in N.J. But why is it taxed like takeout food or booze? (NJ.com)
// Arizona Hemp Farms Could Cross-Pollinate and Ruin Medical Marijuana Farms (AZ Marijuana)
// Cannabis Education is Now Mandatory for Pharmacists in Canada’s Most Populated Province (Civilized)
// New Report Says an Adult-Use Cannabis Industry Could Provide $4 Billion for New York State (Leafly)
// Organigram Announces Application to List on NASDAQ (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Iowa lawmakers again expand medical marijuana program (Quad-City Times)
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