Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, October 11, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Rudy Giuliani’s Ukraine fixers indicted in US cannabis corruption scheme (Leafly)
// California’s Massive Power Shut-Off Is Jeopardizing the State’s Weed Industry (Merry Jane)
// Texas abruptly halts permitting process for new medical cannabis dispensaries (Texas Tribune)
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// Arkansas medical marijuana sales brisk, total $12.3 million for five months (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Hexo revenue warning slams cannabis sector as stock tumbles 24% (Market Watch)
// Quebec is appealing a judge’s ruling that allows you to grow cannabis at home (CTV News)
// Cannabis Control Commission approves first wave of ‘responsible vendor’ trainers (Mass Live)
// Opinion: Why Massachusetts’ vaping ban won’t stop lung illnesses (Leafly)
// Mexican Cabinet Member Accepts Lawmaker’s Marijuana Gift During Legislative Meeting (Marijuana Moment)
// The East Coast’s first outdoor, commercial cannabis harvest is underway (Washington Post)
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