MARIJUANA NEWS ROUNDUP – SEPT. 6, 2019

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Rohan Marley, The son of reggae legend Bob Marley and a Colorado firm have applied to open a medical marijuana dispensary in New Jersey.
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. SEPT. 6, 2019: Here are the marijuana headlines making news globally and in the Caribbean and Latin America for the week-ending September 6, 2019:

Rohan Marley, the son of reggae legend Bob Marley and a Colorado firm have applied to open a medical marijuana dispensary in New Jersey.

Former New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski has announced that the next phase of his post-NFL career will include a partnership with CBD products company CBDMedic.

Legendary rapper Too $hort just signed a new deal to partner with Green Holdings Group and White Angel Farms to launch his new line called, “TOO $HORT STIX.”

Donald Trump has reiterated that his administration will let US states legalize marijuana.

Cedar Holdings SVG, has been awarded one of the first-ever licenses in the Caribbean nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to cultivate, process and export cannabis-derived products.

Cannabis sales in Nevada hit $639 million in its latest fiscal year, a 20% jump over sales of $530 million for the same period a year ago, providing the latest sign of the strength of the state’s MJ market.

Edmonton, Alberta-based Atlas Biotechnologies is expanding to Denmark, and will repurpose a sprawling indoor mushroom farm for medical cannabis cultivation.

A Quebec Superior Court judge this week ruled that the provincial law prohibiting Quebecers from growing cannabis for personal use is unconstitutional.

Blockchain tracking startup TruTrace Technologies Inc. has partnered with “Big Four” auditing firm Deloitte to track cannabis using blockchain technology.

Mexican senator Sen. Julio Menchaca Salazar of the government’s ruling MORENA party introduced a bill to legalize marijuana on Tuesday, with just one month before a Supreme Court-imposed deadline to end prohibition.

Barbados says foreign cannabis companies hoping to set up operations in the country in the near future will be required to ensure locals own at least 30% of the business.

And three marijuana stocks to consider this week are: CannTrust, Curaleaf and Trulieve Cannabis.

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