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Tuesday, January 2, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A thick grey fog sweeps away the details of the Point Reyes Lighthouse in California.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Recreational Pot Is Officially Legal in California (New York Times)

// CNN Reporter Celebrates New Year’s Eve and Legal Recreational Pot by Lighting Reveler’s Bong (Fortune)

// Denver DA files charges against Sweet Leaf budtenders allegedly involved in ‘looping’ marijuana sales (Cannabist )


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// Christmas bonuses given taken away after police raid marijuana shops (Denver Channel)

// Lawmakers take up pot debate this week (Rutland Herald)

// New Hampshire Lawmakers Could OK Legal Marijuana This Week (Marijuana Moment)

// Lawmakers working on pot bill compromise cautiously optimistic after meeting with Gov. LePage (Portland Press Herald)

// Jane West Launches New Product Line (Green Market Report)

// MassRoots creates blockchain subsidiary in bid to increase marijuana efficiencies (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Rob Kampia Leaves Marijuana Policy Project (Marijuana Moment)


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Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A loon arrests itself with outflaired wings just after touching down on a green-blue Maine lake.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Maine House upholds LePage’s veto of recreational marijuana regulations (Portland Press Herald)

// House criminal justice bill would allow expungement of marijuana convictions (Mass Live)

// IBM Proposes Blockchain as Cannabis Seed to Sale Tracking Solution (New Cannabis Ventures)


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// Chart: Medical marijuana patient counts surging in Florida (Marijuana Business Daily)

// How Big Tobacco, Alcohol, and Pharma Companies Could Enter the Cannabis Industry (New Cannabis Ventures)

// CA senator: San Francisco proposal a ‘ban’ on new cannabis firms (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Massachusetts Is Hiring a Marijuana Inspector (NBC Boston)

// Cannabis Information Provider Leafly Hires Groupon’s OrderUp Co-Founder as CEO (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Study: Medical Marijuana Laws Don’t Increase Teen Use (Marijuana Moment )

// Usable Medical Marijuana Still a Year Away in North Dakota (US News & World Report)


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