Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, August 7, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Louisiana Patients Finally Get Their Medical Marijuana (Leafly (AP))

// Colorado Sold Twice As Much Recreational Marijuana As Medical Cannabis Last Year (Marijuana Moment)

// Florida attorney dubs himself ‘PotDaddy’ in blunt tweet showing his support for legalizing weed (NBC 2)

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// Chart: Newer marijuana markets embrace social equity programs (Marijuana Business Daily)

// $68.4 Million Epidiolex Sales Drive GW Pharma’s $72 Million Revenue in Q2 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Judge rules New Mexico must open medical cannabis market to nonresidents (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Mexico seeks public input as marijuana legalization draws closer (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Alaska credit union to end pilot program that served marijuana businesses (Anchorage Daily News)

// Outside Lands Cannabis Decision Still On Hold (San Francisco Weekly)

// Casting Call: Hosts Wanted for a New Cannabis Product Review Show (Leafly)

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