Tuesday, August 28, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

The Vermont State House sits nestled into the trees in the capitol city of Montpelier.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Vermont Democratic Party Calls For Marijuana Legalization Expansion (Marijuana Moment)

// Elizabeth Warren: Jeff Sessions Acted as ‘Catalyst’ for Weed Legalization (Rolling Stone)

// Charlotte’s Web Plans $100 Million IPO (Green Market Report)

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// US Lawmakers Discuss Marijuana Legalization With New Mexican President’s Team (Marijuana Moment)

// Chart: Number of California licensed recreational marijuana stores falls short (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Not a black-and-white issue’: Public input wanted on cannabis consumption sites (National Post)

// CCC set to take over medical pot program (Worcester Business Journal)

// California begins enforcement against unlicensed marijuana businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Schizophrenia May Lead To Cannabis Use, Not the Other Way Around (Leafly)

// State Financial Regulators Push Congress To Fix Marijuana Banking Problems (Marijuana Moment)

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