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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, June 28, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// With Mills’ signature, Maine finally has rules for recreational marijuana market (Portland Press Herald)
// New Congressional Bill Would Let Oregon Export Cannabis (Leafly)
// Cannabis company Surterra closes $100 million funding, adds executives (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// CA approves bill to extend provisional permits, curtail unlicensed businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// New Cory Booker Bill Would Protect Immigrants From Being Deported For Marijuana (Forbes)
// Cory Booker said he’s ‘absolutely disappointed’ marijuana legalization wasn’t discussed in first 2020 Democratic debate (Business Insider)
// Curaleaf Invests $25.5 Million to Extend Arizona Cannabis Operations (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Pot edibles may drive up life insurance premiums, depending on consumption level (CTV News)
// California marijuana retailers charge product suppliers for shelf space, creating friction in the industry (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Green Growth Continues Retail Expansion as Abercrombie & Fitch Says Yes to CBD (Green Market Report)
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