Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// USDA Releases Proposed Hemp Regulations For Public Comment (Marijuana Moment)

// MedMen Loses Board Control As Gotham Green Makes Changes (Green Market Report)

// As other state officials warn of vaping dangers Iowa, AG defends vaping products for adults (Des Moines Register)

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// L.A. should suspend vetting applications for pot shops amid concerns Wesson urges (LA Times)

// DionyMed Stops Trading, Heads For Bankruptcy (Green Market Report)

// Former Philly mayor Michael Nutter hired by cannabis company as senior advisor (Philly Voice)

// Gifting cannabis to the terminally ill becomes tax-exempt in California (Leafly)

// Saskatchewan phasing in ‘open-market system’ for cannabis store permits (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Chart: Recreational cannabis stores will be few and far between in Illinois (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Not your mom’s ginger ale: cannabis infused drinks to hit shelves in December (CTV News)

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