MARIJUANA NEWS ROUNDUP – SEPT. 13, 2019

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Jake Van Wingerden checks some of the marijuana plants in one of the grow rooms at SunMed Growers at the company's grow facility in Warwick, Maryland on September 4, 2019. Van Wingerden is the owner of SunMed Growers, which is the largest medical marijuana grower in Maryland. (Photo by Michael Robinson Chavez/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. SEPT. 13, 2019: Here are the marijuana headlines making news globally and in the Caribbean and Latin America for the week-ending September 13, 2019:

Alkaline Water is set to Expand its CBD Offering With AQUAhydrate Acquisition and a Deal With Mark Wahlberg And Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.

U.S. Marijuana Sales Will Be 12 Times Higher Than Canada by 2024, a Report from Prohibition Partners Shows.

By 2024, legal marijuana global sales are projected to reach USD 63.5 Billion .

Canadian Company CannabCo is working with a technology provider to develop ways of producing weed that doesn’t give off that typical pot smell.

Reports indicate New Zealand could legalise recreational marijuana in 2020.

Former BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull is set to try cannabis as part of a documentary featuring the treatments available to cancer sufferers.

Aurora Cannabis this week said it has closed a new loan deal worth as much as CA$200 million.

Netherlands is set to experiment with non-medical marijuana commercial production.

Colombia Is Turning Into A Major Medical Marijuana Producer and exporter to Canada and the United Kingdom.

The US DEA wants 3,200,000 grams of marijuana to be legally grown in the U.S. next year, the agency announced in a notice this week.

The University of Maryland has Started the Nation’s First Medical Marijuana Master’s Degree Program.

And three marijuana stocks to consider this week are: Cresco Labs, Harvest Health & Recreation and Curaleaf Holdings.

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