Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 3, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// ‘The window is closing’: Why black entrepreneurs are disappointed with Mass. marijuana legalization (Boston Globe)
// Vape Pen Lung Disease Has Insiders Eyeing Misuse of New Additives (Leafly)
// Medical marijuana has brought in $7 million in sales since legalization in Arkansas (THV11 CBS)
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// Mass.medical marijuana patients can now use their cards in Maine dispensaries (Boston Globe)
// A Dispensary Started a Recycling Program to Reduce Weed’s Waste Problem (Merry Jane)
// Tilray Buys Alberta Dispensary Chain FOUR20 for C$110 Million (Green Market Report)
// Lawyers say an unarmed man who didn’t speak English was killed by police. Now his family has filed a claim for damages (CNN)
// Judge allows out-of-state residents to receive medical marijuana cards (KRQE)
// Nevada judge gives OK for more retail cannabis stores to open (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Maine’s Route 1: Lobster shacks, blueberry stands, – and cannabis (Portland Press Herald)
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