Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, June 16, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Colorado Governor Could Issue Marijuana Pardons Under Social Equity Bill Lawmakers Sent To His Desk (Marijuana Moment)
// California regulator decries cannabis delivery suit as ‘bizarre’ in court filing a month before trial (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Government Agencies Testify In Favor Of U.S. Virgin Islands Marijuana Legalization Bill At Hearing (Marijuana Moment)
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// Recreational Marijuana Sales Drop Over 12 Percent in April (Denver Westword)
// More than 7 tons of medical marijuana sold in Arkansas (CT Post)
// Dixie Brands Announces 2019 Annual Results (Cision PR Newswire)
// 4Front Ventures Making Progress On Revenue, Headwinds Remain (Green Market Report)
// Cannabis firm iAnthus says it likely will default on interest payments again (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Former NBA forward Al Harrington wants to make 100 Black individuals millionaires through the cannabis business (CNBC)
// Missouri medical marijuana growing starts; sales expected in 4th quarter (Marijuana Business Daily)
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