Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 12, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Maine drops residency requirement for recreational marijuana businesses (Portland Press Herald)
// Maine’s adult-use marijuana program won’t start until more local approvals in place (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Maryland Governor Hogan Vetoes Bill Automatically Expunging Cannabis Convictions (Outlaw Report)
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// Trulieve’s dominance in Florida increases again as many firms come to a standstill (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Epidiolex Growth Fuels GW Pharma Revenue Above Expectations to $120.6 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Tilray Q1 Cannabis Revenue Grows 9% Sequentially to $30.8 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Cronos Group Underwhelms Again with Just $8.4 Million Revenue and a $45.1 Million Operating Loss in Q1 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Cannabis MSO Jushi cancels California acquisition, moves forward in Illinois (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Mass. cannabis executives ‘look forward to safely reopening’ after meeting with governor’s advisory board (Mass Live)
// Top Vermont Lawmaker Says Legal Marijuana Sales Bill Will Be Taken Up After Coronavirus Response (Marijuana Moment)
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