Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, July 25, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// CannTrust CEO told staff ‘continue as planned’ on unlicensed pot (BNN Bloomberg)
// Software problems cripple Washington state pot industry (Midland Reporter Telegram (AP))
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// New York City Council Passes Two Marijuana Reform Resolutions (Marijuana Moment)
// California Cannabis Cultivators Face Legal Challenges as Temporary Licenses Expire (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Advertising weed is tough when the feds consider you a drug dealer (Chicago Tribune)
// DC’s new pot-infused tourism takes renting AirBnb space to another level (Chicago Tribune)
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