Friday, May 26, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, May 26, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Judge temporarily halts Maryland medical marijuana industry (Baltimore Sun)

// IRS trawling state-run pot database to block Colorado marijuana companies from claiming tax deductions (Denver Post)

// Cannabis social media site MassRoots needs $5M to stay afloat (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// GW to file cannabis drug as journal confirms epilepsy success (Reuters)

// Lawmakers give initial approval to marijuana regulatory bill (Central Maine)

// Health officials outline their plan for writing medical marijuana rules (Tampa Bay Times)

// France Intends to Decriminalize Pot by September (Marijuana.com)

// Marijuana Employment Seeing Rapid Growth in Oregon (Marijuana Industry News)

// Maui Cannabis Dispensary One Step Closer to Service (Maui Now)

// Americans Spent $1B More On Cannabis Than Viagra and Cialis in 2016 (Marijuana.com)


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