Friday, May 31, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, May 31, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// FAQ: Why the FDA Is Taking a Hard Look at CBD (Leafly)
// Alberta to license 115 new cannabis stores over next six months if supply keeps rising (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Maryland’s plan to diversify medical cannabis market attracts 160 applicants for 14 new licenses despite snags (Baltimore Sun)
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// New Jersey Senate votes to advance medical cannabis expansion bill (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Synthetic CBD Is Coming Soon, Thanks to the FDA (Merry Jane)
// Federal Court Orders DEA To ‘Promptly’ Consider Marijuana Rescheduling… Or Else (Marijuana Moment)
// Planet 13 Q1 Revenue Grows 286% to $13.8 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
// This longtime cannabis investor has funded Pax and Juul, among others; here’s her approach (Tech Crunch)
// Exclusive: US retail marijuana sales on pace to rise 35% in 2019 and near $30 billion by 2023 (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Ben & Jerry’s ‘Can’t Wait’ to Make CBD-Infused Ice Cream (Leafly)
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