Thursday, May 23, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, May 23, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// CA Senate votes to allow banks credit unions to accept marijuana retailer deposits (Marijuana Business Daily (AP))
// Exclusive: Facebook will not allow marijuana sales on its platform (Market Watch)
// Canopy Growth Buys Global Skincare Company This Works for $74 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// Seven-In-Ten Americans Want Federal Marijuana Convictions Automatically Sealed, Survey Finds (Marijuana Moment
// More than 600 people will be growing hemp this year in Michigan (Michigan Live)
// Officials direct $1.8M in weed fees for homeless services (CT Post (AP))
// Square Quietly Launches Program For CBD Cannabis Company Credit Card Processing (Forbes)
// Texas expansion of medical cannabis nears finish line after Senate approval (Texas Tribune)
// Chris Long admits to regular marijuana use during NFL career and explains how he beat tests (Reno Gazette Journal)
// Growing pot sucks up electricity and pumps out an astounding amount of carbon dioxide – it doesn’t have to (Financial Post)
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