Friday, April 19, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, April 19, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Canopy Growth Unveils Plan to Acquire American Cannabis Company Acreage Holdings for $3.4 Billion (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Governor won’t sign marijuana bill without saliva testing provision (VT Digger)

// Alaska lawmakers reject cannabis critic’s appointment to state’s Marijuana Control Board (Marijuana Business Daily)

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// Lyft offering $4.20 discount on 4/20 for rides anywhere in Colorado (KDVR 2 Fox Denver)

// AGLC issuing 26 more cannabis retail licences across Alberta (Calgary Herald)

// Yukon’s 1st private pot retailer now open in time for 4/20 (CBC News)

// Wood vs. weed: Idaho lumber company Boise Cascade sues marijuana company NETA over tree-shaped logo (Mass Live)

// Oklahoma’s Newest Cash Crop: Medical Marijuana Prices Falling (News 9)

// Three Major Cannabis Reform Bills Are Heading To The Texas House Floor (Marijuana Moment)

// Acreage Holdings Enters Nevada Cannabis Market with $120 Million Acquisition (New Cannabis Ventures)

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