Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, September 16, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New York to ban flavored e-cigarettes after illnesses, deaths (Reuters)
// Marijuana banking bill appears headed to landmark US House vote (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A Thickener Used in Pot Vaping Is a Hugely Popular Black-Market Scam (Inverse)
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// Oregon Cannabis Retailers Are Pulling Vape Carts Off Store Shelves (Leafly (AP))
// Judge Puts Two-Week Hold on New Cannabis Licenses in Ontario (Leafly)
// Some believe Massachusetts marijuana agreements are ‘universal failures’ (Herald News)
// Universities worry college athletes might partner with marijuana brands (Chicago Tribune (Fresh Toast))
// KushCo Holdings Still Sees FY19 Revenue at $145-150 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Medical cannabis sales stall in Canada after adult-use legalization; affordability, access also considered factors (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A ban on marijuana use on party buses wins approval from California lawmakers (Los Angeles Times)
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