Thursday, September 3, 2020 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, September 3, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Applications open for two Cannabis Control Commission positions one seat on State Ethics Commission attorney general’s office announces (Mass Live)

// New lawsuit filed over Los Angeles’ marijuana social equity licensing (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Three-In-Five DC Voters Support Psychedelics Decriminalization Initiative New Poll Finds (Marijuana Moment)

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// As California Legislative Session Ends Lawmakers Advance Some Marijuana Bills But Stall On CBD (Marijuana Moment)

// Mississippi Medical Marijuana Initiative Has ‘Strong Chance Of Passage’ Poll Shows (Marijuana Moment)

// Finally-stable Montana cannabis market may face upheaval with recreational legalization looming (Marijuana Business Daily)

// July Cannabis Sales Surge in 5 Western States (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Adult-Use Cannabis Sales Drive Strong Growth in Illinois and Massachusetts in July (New Cannabis Ventures)

// President Jimmy Carter Confirms Son and Willie Nelson Smoked Weed on the White House Roof (Merry Jane)

// Acquisition by cannabis tech platform Akerna spurs layoffs leadership split (Marijuana Business Daily)

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