Thursday, April 11, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, April 11, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Bill to penalize operation of a medical marijuana facility without a license passes House committee (Interlochen Public Radio)

// California bill to block home delivery of cannabis sidelined for year (Los Angeles Times)

// Indiana Lawmakers Amend Hemp Bill To Allow Smokeable Flower (Marijuana Moment)

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// New Bill Would Protect Veterans From Losing Benefits Over Marijuana (Marijuana Moment)

// Trulieve Maintains American Cannabis Operator Revenue Leadership with $35.9 Million in Q4 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Maine on track to launch recreational marijuana market this year, says state’s pot czar (Portland Press Herald)

// Tennessee medical marijuana bill dropped for the year (WATE 6 ABC (AP))

// Cannabis M&A fever spreading to Europe with HolyWeed deal (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Canadians paying about $10 a gram for legal pot (or $6.37 for illegal pot): StatCan (Global News)

// Oregon lawmakers reject plan to restrict recreational cannabis supply (Marijuana Business Daily)

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