Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// China Cashes In on the Cannabis Boom (New York Times)
// CBD shortage: Retailers struggle to keep cannabis extract on shelves (CTV News)
// Curaleaf Enters Ohio Medical Cannabis Market With $20 Million Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// April medical marijuana sales top $18M in Oklahoma (OKC Fox 25 (AP))
// Mexico’s President Proposes Drug Decriminalization With Legal Supply Via Prescription (Marijuana Moment)
// Amateur Investors are Bullish About Cannabis. That Has the Pros a Little Worried. (Green Entrepreneur)
// Cannabis in Prison Often Gets Inmates Long Bouts of Solitary Confinement (Weed Maps)
// GW Pharma Q1 Revenue Soars To $39 Million as Epidiolex Drives Growth (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Texas House Votes To Expand State’s Medical Marijuana Program (Marijuana Moment)
// New Zealand Government Releases Details Of Marijuana Legalization Referendum (Marijuana Moment)
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