Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Green Wave Finds 280e Continues To Bleed Cannabis Companies Dry (Green Market Report)
// Could Bernie Sanders Actually Legalize Marijuana Nationwide On Day One As President? (Marijuana Moment)
// Axe continues to fall in cannabis industry as Tilray lays off 10% of staff (Financial Post)
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// Dispensaries advance in New Jersey medical cannabis licensing process (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Chart: Cannabis delivery companies adapt strategy to focus on increasing participation by women (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Bill To Legalize Marijuana In Minnesota Will Be Best ‘In The Country,’ Top Lawmaker Says (Marijuana Moment)
// Which California city might show the way forward for cannabis social equity in the state? (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Public comment period opens for Trinidad and Tobago’s cannabis law (Marijuana Business Daily)
// The Feds Are Worried International Marijuana Rescheduling Could Boost Legalization Efforts (Marijuana Moment)
// Using Psychedelics Helps Treat Opioid, Stimulant, and Cannabis Use Disorder (Merry Jane)
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