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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Michigan won’t close unlicensed marijuana dispensaries before Dec. 31 (Detroit Free Press)

// Customers spent more than $2 million in first week of Mass. recreation marijuana sales (Boston Globe)

// Medical Marijuana Sales In Maryland Set To Hit $100 Million In First Year Exceeding Forecasts (WAMU 88.5)

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// Turmoil at Canadian cannabis producer after license revoked (Marijuana Business Daily)

// GTI Revenues Rise 344% Thanks To Nevada (Green Market Report)

// Charlotte’s Web CBD Sales Grew 57% to $17.7 Million in Q3 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// iAnthus Announces Third Quarter 2018 Financial Results (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Las Vegas Strip Looks to Open Cannabis Lounges in 2019 (Leafly)

// Idaho House speaker candidate opposes pot. His business protects a dispensary (Idaho Statesman)

// Marijuana mountains and money: How Lesotho is cashing in (BBC News)

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