Friday, October 18, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, October 18, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Oregon appeals court halts governor’s vaping ban on flavored tobacco products (Oregon Live)
// Northeast governors explore regional standards for vaping, e-cigarette products (Politco)
// Jamaica’s government wants to talk to Trump about marijuana (Boston Globe)
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// $1.1 billion worth of cannabis sold in Canada’s first year of legalization (Leafly)
// Weed Edibles Are Finally Legal in Canada, But They’re Still Not for Sale (Merry Jane)
// Expunging marijuana convictions would be easy under new Michigan bill (Detroit Metro Times)
// Buying cannabis licenses on secondary market more of a sure bet than applying for state business permits (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Report: Draft law to legalize recreational cannabis in Mexico handed to Senate commissions (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Dionymed Implodes As CEO COO Resign, Creditor Demands $24 Million (Green Market Report)
// Chicago’s Black Leaders Voice Equity Concerns Over New Illinois Marijuana Law (Huffington Post)
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