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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 27, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// New Jersey Lawmakers Advance Bill to Legalize Cannabis (Marijuana Moment)
// Chart: Dozens of marijuana licenses at risk after Oregon inspections (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canada’s cannabis shortage is so severe retailers watch 24/7 for chance to scoop up fresh supply (Financial Post)
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// Massachusetts regulators give more recreational pot shops the OK to open (Worcester Telegram)
// Cannex Capital to Merge with 4Front to Create Multi-State Cannabis Business (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Curaleaf Q3 Revenue Grows 289% to $21.4 Million as Company Projects $400 Million in 2019 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// KushCo Reports Revenue Rises 177% In Fiscal 2018 (Green Market Report)
// Greece issues first private company licenses to grow medicinal marijuana (Marijuana Business Daily)
// South Korea becomes first country in East Asia to legalize medical marijuana (Marijuana Business Daily)
// ‘We’re in hell;’ Leicester residents raise traffic concerns after first week of recreational marijuana sales (Mass Live)
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