Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, December 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Legal recreational weed sales will begin Jan. 1, as planned in Chicago despite a wild, angry debate in City Council (Chicago Tribune)
// Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo Pumps Brakes on Cannabis Banking Bill (Cannabis Wire)
// After one-year freeze, rush is on to buy out Ontario’s first wave of cannabis retail lottery winners (Financial Post)
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// One of the Poorest Countries in Africa Wants to Send Its Legal Marijuana All Over the World (Time)
// New Zealand finalizes groundwork to launch medical cannabis industry in April (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Analysis: Germany’s medical cannabis market loses momentum but on pace to surpass 100 million euros (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Which Canadian provinces will have legal vapes and edibles by Christmas? (Leafly)
// Beleave loses CEO VanderMarel; faces lawsuit from Auxly Cannabis (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Akerna to Acquire Canadian Cannabis Software Provider Ample Organics for Up to $45 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Chart: Cannabis industry, MJBizCon continue growth trends (Marijuana Business Daily)
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