All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Tuesday, April 7, 2020.

Headlines of the day
// Businesses That ‘Indirectly’ Work With Marijuana Industry Ineligible For Federal Coronavirus Loans (Marijuana Moment)

// Canada’s COVID-19 olive branch for cannabis sector comes with caveat (Marijuana Business Daily)

// FDA Declares Cannabis Drug Epidiolex No Longer A Controlled Substance (Green Market Report)

// Colorado eases hiring process for cannabis firms eyeing casino workers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Delaware Officials Allow Medical Marijuana Delivery Amid Coronavirus Outbreak (Marijuana Moment)

// Phoenix marijuana dispensary hawks COVID-19 ‘immunization stabilizer,’ state orders it to stop (AZ Central)

// Illinois governor commutes sentence of jailed cancer patient (St. Louis Today (AP))

// 73% of Cannabis Consumers Get Lit to Relieve Anxiety During Coronavirus Pandemic (Merry Jane)

// iAnthus Capital Defaults On Debt, Investigates Claims Against CEO (Deep Dive)

// Two Marijuana Magazines Owned By High Times Suspend Publication Due To Coronavirus (Marijuana Moment)

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