Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, April 24, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// California offers marijuana firms tax-related help to cope with COVID-19 fallout (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Point-of-Sale Data Indicates Plummeting North American Marijuana Sales on 4/20 ‘Holiday’ (Nasdaq (Motley Fool))
// Congress considers allowing COVID-19 relief for cannabis companies (Leafly)
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// 24 Million Americans Will Spend Stimulus Check on Weed or Booze, Survey Says (Merry Jane)
// Marijuana Business Daily launches virtual event series for MJ execs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// DEA Marijuana Scheduling Lawsuit Will Be Appealed To Supreme Court Following Dismissal (Marijuana Moment)
// NFL Marijuana Policy Key Factor in Gronk Coming Out of Retirement (Heavy.com)
// New Jersey Voters Set To Approve Marijuana Legalization Referendum, Poll Shows (Marijuana Moment)
// Brazil approves first medical cannabis product under 2019 regulations (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Cannabis executives participate in Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day (Marijuana Business Daily)
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