Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

MI Legalize organizers stands next to the boxes of petition signatures gathered by their campaign.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, June 8, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Marijuana petitioners fall short; 180-day policy now law (Detroit Free Press)

// Cannakids Can Now Use MMJ in Schools Thanks to Jack’s Law (Westword)

// Denver could yank a marijuana grow’s license for first time (Denver Post)


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// Tacoma will shut down unlicensed pot stores starting July 1 (The News Tribune Washington)

// Bill Weld supports marijuana legalization in Massachusetts (Boston.com)

// ‘It’s amazing’: Man walks free from 55-year pot prison sentence (Cannabist)

// Terra Tech Acquisition of Blum Reveals Unfair 280E Tax Burden for Cannabis Companies (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Melissa Etheridge Headlines Huge Michigan Cannabis Cup (High Times)

// New Mexico’s Medical Marijuana Industry Surges Ahead (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Ohio pot refugees: We’ll come home if Kasich signs bill (Cincinnati.com)


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