Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News
Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Virginia’s limited medical marijuana program launches (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Missouri launches medical marijuana sales; market could hit $650 million a year (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Portland City Council votes to grant licenses to most marijuana store applicants (Portland Press Herald)
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// DEA Attempts To Block New Cannabis Product After It Draws Similarities To Marijuana (WFSU Public Media)
// Vertosa Partners with Pabst Labs to Debut Pabst Blue Ribbon Cannabis-Infused Seltzer (Cannabis Business Times)
// Alberta lifting retail cannabis store cap in November (Marijuana Business Daily)
// USDA Approves Hemp Plans For Six Additional States And Three Indian Tribes (Marijuana Moment)
// Cannabis company Acreage repays 60%-interest loan (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Another New Jersey Poll Shows Marijuana Legalization Passing By A Huge Margin (Marijuana Moment)
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