Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, July 25, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Hugo water safe to drink after conclusive tests show no signs of THC (Denver Post)
// First home delivery of medical marijuana made in Florida (Orlando Sentinel)
// Canada’s medical pot companies aim to grow export business (The Globe and Mail)
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// Legislature aware part of Ohio pot law legally questionable (News Herald)
// Pro marijuana group reports $339,982 (Arkansas Online)
// Pot activists meet with cops to prep for DNC (Philly.com)
// Illinois governor working with police on marijuana bill (The Telegraph)
// Kaine and Clinton Agree: Respect State Marijuana Laws (Marijuana.com)
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