All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Wednesday, May 20, 2020.

Headlines of the day
// 34 Bipartisan Attorneys General Tell Congress To Pass Marijuana Banking As Part Of Coronavirus Bill (Marijuana Moment)

// Illinois Announces $31 Million In Marijuana Revenue-Funded Grants To Repair Drug War’s Harms (Marijuana Moment)

// D.C. Mayor’s Budget Plan Seems To Set Stage For Legal Marijuana Sales (Marijuana Moment)

// The quarantine gardening boom extends to homegrown cannabis (Quartz)

// FDA Notifies Public About Recall Of CBD Product That Tested High For Lead (Marijuana Moment)

// Cannabis hub Leafly raises $3.6M after two rounds of layoffs earlier this year (Geek Wire)

// Ontario cannabis stores start reopening; delivery and curbside pickup extended (Marijuana Business Daily)

// LivWell Buys All Five Mindful Dispensaries in Colorado (Denver Westword)

// Chart: Medical cannabis sales regain their footing in Ohio despite coronavirus volatility (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Hightimes’ acquisition of California marijuana cultivator goes to pot (New York Post)

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