Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Recreational cannabis sales in three key markets still falling after initial coronavirus-related spike (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Massachusetts Governor Defends Closing Recreational Marijuana Shops To Prevent Out-Of-State Shoppers (Marijuana Moment)
// Colorado marijuana retailers get OK to resume in-store sales (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Marijuana companies are making hand sanitizer to donate to local hospitals (Boston.com)
// Dutch marijuana back on sale, but don’t forget to wash your hands (Reuters)
// Virus likely dooms Missouri recreational marijuana campaign (Ozarks First (AP))
// Health Canada says cannabis labs willing to assist in COVID-19 testing (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Zenabis Reports Losses Of $127 Million On Revenue Of $66 Million (Green Market Report)
// People Need Weed, But Stores Can’t Get Federal Funding in a Crisis (Vice)
// Cannabis Advocates Push for Emergency Weed Delivery Rules Amid COVID-19 Crisis (Merry Jane)
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