Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 28, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Nebraska Medical Marijuana Initiative Heads To Ballot After Secretary Of State Rejects Challenge (Marijuana Moment)
// DEA’s Hemp And CBD Rules Raise Concerns About Potential Crackdown, Industry Insiders Say (Marijuana Moment)
// Florida medical marijuana sales expected to rise as edibles approved (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Columbia Care to close on major deal to acquire Colorado marijuana retailer (Marijuana Business Daily)
// California Legislature still weighing significant marijuana and hemp bills in final days of session (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Oregon’s marijuana sales continue to soar during coronavirus pandemic (Oregon Live)
// Vireo Health Revenues Rise, But So Do Losses (Green Market Report)
// Jushi Holdings Q2 Revenue Increases 73% Sequentially to $14.9 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Study: Vaping-related lung illnesses much lower in states with legal cannabis (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Elephant Will Be Given CBD To Treat Stress After Death Of Companion, Zoo Says (Marijuana Moment)
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