Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, March 2, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Vermont House Approves Selling Weed – But Not Advertising It (Seven Days VT)
// Florida legislators seek partial THC cap in medical marijuana (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Mass. Cannabis regulators ask state legislators to consider loan fund to benefit marginalized groups and small businesses similar to programs in Oakland and Illinois (Mass Live)
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// Canada to offer ‘value’ marijuana brands to compete with illegal sellers market (Newsweek)
// Why weed retails love empty bank branches (Crain’s Chicago Business)
// Oregon Advocates Launch Drug Decriminalization And Treatment Ballot Campaign (Marijuana Moment)
// CannTrust’s low stock price prompts another NYSE warning (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Spread thin by budding industry, Minnesota regulators call for creation of state cannabis office (Minnesota StarTribune)
// NY’s new cannabis czar: Recreational pot is ‘right thing to do’ (Times Herald-Record)
// Founder Andy Williams exits cannabis firm Medicine Man Technologies (Marijuana Business Daily)
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