Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, April 9, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Charlotte Figi, CBD pioneer and ‘Charlotte’s Web’ namesake, dies from COVID-19 (Leafly)
// Massachusetts gov sued over closure of recreational cannabis stores (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana Industry Groups Ask States For Coronavirus Relief Loans That Feds Won’t Provide (Marijuana Moment)
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// Trulieve Delivers A 2019 Net Income Of $178 Million (Green Market Report)
// Hexo Stock Plunges After $40 Million Offering Announced (Green Market Report)
// Adult-Use Pot Shops Are Supplying Medical Dispensaries with Weed During Pandemic (Merry Jane)
// KushCo Holdings Q2 Revenue Declines 14% from a Year Ago to $30.1 million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Expired Oregon ID? During coronavirus outbreak, you can still get booze says OLCC (KPIC 4 CBS)
// Anchorage, Alaska, voters reject on-site cannabis consumption (Marijuana Business Daily)
// MassRoots Investors Sued By SEC In Pump & Dump Scheme (Green Market Report)
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