Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, April 14, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Aurora Files New Offering, Does Reverse Split To Avoid NYSE Delisting (Green Market Report)
// How the coronavirus crisis is reshaping the cannabis industry for the long term (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Colorado Governor Asks Congress To Let Marijuana Businesses Get Coronavirus Aid Funds (Forbes)
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// Growing hemp is a new option for struggling Florida farmers. Licenses go online soon. (Miami Herald)
// Marijuana retailers recruiting Mass. attorney general in quest to reopen (Taunton Daily Gazette)
// Could Sanders Convince Biden To Back Legal Marijuana With New Joint Working Group? (Marijuana Moment)
// Nevada’s Planet 13 cannabis firm ends $10 million deal to enter California (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Cannabis producer Hexo raises CA$46 million in public offering (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Massachusetts marijuana commission member stepping down (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Cresco Labs Expanding Local Workforce to Hire Displaced Workers; Providing Extra Support to Employees in Response to COVID-19 (New Cannabis Ventures)
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