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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, June 3, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Illinois Lawmakers Send Marijuana Legalization Bill To Governor’s Desk (Marijuana Moment)

// Deloitte: Canada on verge of CA$2.7 billion infused cannabis market (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Key Takeaways From FDA’s Historic CBD Regulations Meeting (Marijuana Moment)

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// Organigram Closes $140 Million Credit Facility with Bank of Montreal (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Michigan Gov. Says State Could Fix Roads If Everyone Bought $2500 of Pot (Merry Jane)

// Cannabis shortage will turn to glut: industry expert (Calgary Sun)

// CCC to consider new regulations for marijuana cafes, home delivery services (WWLP 22 News)

// Charlotte’s Web Commences Trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange Under Stock Ticker ‘CWEB’ (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Congressional Funding Bill Protects Cannabis Banking And Lets DC Legalize Marijuana Sales (Forbes)

// Massachusetts Cannabis Company Says Charities Refused Its Donations (Cannabis Business Times)

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