Tuesday, April 2, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Chicago’s Cresco Labs to buy marijuana distributor for $850 million as pot industry dealmaking heats up (Chicago Tribune)
// Two More California Counties Will Use Tech To Expunge 54,000 Marijuana Convictions (Marijuana Moment)
// ‘I’m here to buy pot’: First cannabis stores in Ottawa already drawing lineups (Ottawa Citizen)
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// With no explanation, CA regulators delay marijuana social equity funding (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Legalized marijuana in New York will have to wait (Democrat & Chronicle)
// Florida’s largest medical marijuana operator gets more dispensaries after reaching deal with state (Orlando SunSentinel)
// Paid to smoke pot: Edmontonian selected as one of eight cannabis connoisseurs out of 25,000 applicants (Edmonton Journal)
// Texas Lawmakers Hold Hearings On 11 Cannabis Bills In One Day (Marijuana Moment)
// Mass. attorney general strikes down Brewster marijuana ban (Boston Business Journal)
// Oklahoma’s Green Rush Is Even Wilder Than You Imagine (Leafly)
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