Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Mass. marijuana stores scramble for Memorial Day reopening after two-month coronavirus closure (Boston Globe)
// Oregon Marijuana Sales Spike During Pandemic, But Officials Expect Market To ‘Mellow’ (Marijuana Moment)
// COVID-19 is costing drug cartels millions of dollars (NBC News)
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// Michigan marijuana industry changed, but thriving amid coronavirus pandemic (Michigan Live)
// Manitoba to open cannabis store market ‘to all prospective retailers’ (Marijuana Business Daily)
// A Canadian Town Just Proposed a New Law to Ban the Dank Smell of Weed (Merry Jane)
// New Mexico Governor Says Legalizing Marijuana Would’ve Funded Programs Cut Due To Coronavirus (Marijuana Moment)
// Smaller Joints And Less-Potent Buds: Recession Weed Is Here (CNN)
// Massachusetts Lawmakers Approve Bill Allowing Safe Injection Facilities For Illegal Drugs (Marijuana Moment)
// L.A. Cannabis Update: Little Fires Everywhere (Canna Law Blog)
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