Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, January 29, 2021 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Arizona medical cannabis firms qualify for second grow permit regulators say (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Top New York Lawmaker Says Pass Legislature’s Marijuana Legalization Bill Before Governor Negotiations (Marijuana Moment)
// Pennsylvania Governor Includes Marijuana Legalization In 2021 Priority List (Marijuana Moment)
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// Minnesota Governor Urges Lawmakers To Pursue Marijuana Legalization Amid Budget Talks (Marijuana Moment)
// California Marijuana Workers Can’t Get COVID Vaccine Answers As Maryland Prioritizes The Industry (Marijuana Moment)
// Michigan cannabis operator brings in $50 million from small investor offering (Marijuana Business Daily)
// TerrAscend Closes C$224 Million Capital Raise (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Marijuana software firm Agrify prices IPO to raise $54 million (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Ayr Strategies to Move Forward with $75 Million Arizona Cannabis Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Top Pennsylvania Official Restores Marijuana Flag After GOP Lawmakers Allegedly Got It Removed (Marijuana Moment)
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