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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Denver pot-use initiative might compete with private clubs measure on Nov. ballot (Denver Post)

// Colorado Wholesale Recreational Cannabis Prices Tumbling (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Few Uruguay pharmacies interested in selling marijuana (CTV News)


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// New Report: Nevada Marijuana Sales Projected to Hit $630 Million by 2020 (Fidelity)

// Hawaii Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Could Pull in $38 Million in First Year (Marijuana Industry News)

// Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Safe Harbor Letter Now Online (Marijuana Industry News)

// Families with epileptic kids upset marijuana treatment seized at border (Alaska Highway News)

// First cultivated hemp field in Minnesota since 1950 is growing strong (Grand Forks Herald)

// Tilray CEO Greg Engel Appears to Have Quietly Exited (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Helix TCS Acquires Colorado Marijuana Wholesale Site (Marijuana Business Daily)


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