Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, August 14, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// ‘It’s still not legal’: Ricketts says state is working on way to distinguish hemp from marijuana (Omaha World-Herald)
// Chart: Medical marijuana markets expanding at varying rates, with Oklahoma, Florida setting the pace (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Hearings set on regs for marijuana cafes, home delivery (Worchester Telegram)
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// Alabama could join the other 33 states that have legalized medical marijuana (CBS 42)
// Acreage Holdings Reports Q2 Revenue of $17.7 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Cannabis firm Tilray’s revenue up, but wider loss reported (Marijuana Business Daily)
// MedMen Sees Q4 Revenue at $42 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Pennsylvania Judge Rules Searching Car Due to Cannabis Scent Illegal (High Times)
// Marijuana Business Daily makes Inc. 5,000 list for fourth straight year (Marijuana Business Daily)
// NJ marijuana legalization: Steve Sweeney exploring ‘restriction on legal weed edibles (Asbury Park Press)
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