Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 7, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Illinois announces nearly $11 million worth of recreational cannabis sold in first 5 days (WGN9 News)
// Several Illinois Dispensaries Close After First Days of Recreational Sales (NBC 5 Chicago)
// High Times Hires Stormy Simon As New CEO After Kraig Fox Resigns (Green Market Report)
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// Michigan recreational cannabis sales near $6.5 million in first month (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana Legalization Measure Officially Qualifies For South Dakota 2020 Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
// NM medical marijuana growers use too much water, agencies fear (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Thailand Launches Full-Time Clinics Dispensing Cannabis Oil (New York Times (AP))
// More Than Half of Cannabis Tourists Bring Weed Home, New Survey Finds (Merry Jane)
// People Visiting Safe Injection Sites Are Less Likely To Die Compared To Other Drug Consumers, Study Finds (Marijuana Moment)
// ‘Cats,’ a big-screen fiasco, is delighting and frightening stoned audiences (Seattle Times)
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