Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, April 3, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Eleven Senators Push To Let Marijuana Businesses Access Federal Loan Programs (Marijuana Moment)
// Weed Prices in France Nearly Double as Supplies Dry Up Due to COVID-19 (Merry Jane)
// Illinois Stores Sold Nearly $36 Million Worth Of Recreational Marijuana In March Despite Coronavirus (Marijuana Moment)
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// Canada classifies medical cannabis ‘essential’ amid COVID-19 pandemic (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canada’s COVID-19 wage subsidies could keep cannabis workers on payroll (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Idaho Activists Suspend Campaign To Legalize Medical Marijuana Due To Coronavirus (Marijuana Moment)
// Cops Are Still Busting Weed Grows in the Middle of the Coronavirus Pandemic (Merry Jane)
// The 2020 Hash Bash will be livestreamed due to the coronavirus (Detroit Metro Times)
// Coronavirus Pandemic Cancels Annual ‘420 Hippie Hill’ Cannabis Celebration In San Francisco (KPIX 5 CBS SF BayArea)
// When will your state’s COVID-19 cases peak? Check this chart (Leafly)
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