The Week In Cannabis: Bloomberg Moves Forward, Trump Stays Put, And More On Markets

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In a relatively slow cannabis news week, we saw Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg issue share a criminal justice reform plan, which included proposals for the decriminalization of cannabis possession and the expungement of criminal records concerning cannabis convictions. On the other hand, Marc Lotter, President Donald Trump’s director of strategic communications said the federal government has no intention in legalizing marijuana. In Colorado, the Department of Revenue said cannabis sales were close to $1.75 billion in 2019.

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