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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 2, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Marijuana firm CannTrust faces probe by Ontario regulators, police (Marijuana Business Daily)
// California’s enforcement efforts against illicit marijuana market having a so-so impact for legal businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Immigrant Families Were Separated For Marijuana Possession Alone, ACLU Says (Marijuana Moment)
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// Tribune Publishing Enters Agreement With The Fresh Toast For Cannabis News (Green Market Report)
// Tennessee treasurer orders state pension fund to sell marijuana investment (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Aphria latest major Canadian cannabis company to turn a profit (Marijuana Business Daily)
// NAACP, ACLU, And Allies Demand Congress Pass Marijuana Bill With Justice Focus (Forbes)
// CBD foods sold in Maine must be made with locally grown hemp (Central Maine)
// Owner of High Times mag loses CFO during rocky IPO process (New York Post)
// Cannex, 4Front complete cannabis merger; trading starts next week (Marijuana Business Daily)
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