Monday, April 13, 2020 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 13, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Maine’s adult-use marijuana launch delayed until further notice (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Virginia Governor Approves Marijuana Decriminalization Bill (Marijuana Moment)
// Pelosi Wants Marijuana Banking Access Included In Next Coronavirus Relief Bill, Congressman Says (Marijuana Moment)
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// Cash Dwindles ‘Extinction-Level Event’ Looms: Cannabis Weekly (Financial Post)
// Ohio medical cannabis sales hit record $13 million in March (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Did COVID-19 Kill The Cannabis Industry’s Merger And Acquisition Activity? (Fresh Toast)
// Alaska pot industry calls for curbside pickups, loosening transportation rules during COVID-19 pandemic (KTUU 2 NBC)
// Cannabis May Ease Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms, Johns Hopkins Study Finds (Marijuana Moment)
// Coronavirus short-circuits Connecticut’s legislative session: ‘All bills are probably dead’ (Hartford Courant)
// High Times CEO Stormy Simon running for Utah State Rep (Yahoo Finance)
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