Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Credit Unions Can Bank Hemp Businesses, Federal Agency Announces (Marijuana Moment)
// Oregon Has Way Too Much Legal Weed. This Is Where It’s Going (Vice)
// Marijuana Taxes Differ In Legalized States, Complicating Projections (Marijuana Moment)
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// ‘The system is swamped.’ Canada can’t keep up with requests to study cannabis (Science Magazine)
// Columbia begins shipping CBD to Switzerland (Grizzle)
// Medicine Man Technologies Continues to Execute on Colorado Roll-Up Strategy with Announcement of $17.25 Million Pending Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Canadian cannabis investors still waiting for a breakout company to emerge (Growth Op)
// Deschutes County imposes marijuana moratorium (Bend Bulletin)
// Louisiana medical cannabis supplies adequate, state says (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Bernie Sanders Calls For Legalization Of Marijuana And Safe Injection Sites (Marijuana Moment)
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