Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Federal Health Agencies Say Researchers Should Test Marijuana From Dispensaries (Marijuana Moment)
// California marijuana banking bill dies but might return in 2020 (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Tilray Taps Cowen and Company to Sell up to $400 Million in Stock (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// Michigan dispensary swaps cannabis vape cartridges for e-cigs (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New York requiring vaping warnings for medical cannabis stores (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Oregon Voters Could See Measure To Decriminalize All Drugs On 2020 Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
// Chart: Utah’s medical marijuana patient pool may start small grow slowly (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Anti-cannabis governor targets hemp saying plant too close for police (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Embattled Massachusetts mayor ousted by city council (SF Gate (AP))
// Ethics Commission Denies Anti-Marijuana Group’s Request To Hide Donor Information (Marijuana Moment)
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