Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, December 18, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Sweet Leaf Raids Casts Shadow Over Pot Industry (Westword)
// Fairbanks cannabis edibles maker has license revoked fined $500,000 (Anchorage Daily News)
// California’s new pot rules violate the promise to small farmers (Los Angeles Times)
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// Taxes on wholesale marijuana frustrate Alaska growers (Daily News-Miner)
// 6 doctors have submitted medical marijuana applications in La. (Times-Pucayune)
// Burners beware: California pot sold Jan. 1 could be tainted (San Francisco Gate)
// Convicted of a marijuana crime in California? It might go away, thanks to legal pot. (Washington Post)
// Tripp Keber resigns as CEO of marijuana edibles powerhouse Dixie Brands for new role (Marijuana Business Daily)
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