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Monday, July 9, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, July 9, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Caribbean Nations Agree To Consider Marijuana Legalization (Marijuana Moment)

// Gov. LePage vetoes bill that would ease access to medical marijuana, listing 11 objections (Portland Press Herald)

// Initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona fails to qualify for ballot (KTAR News 92.3)


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// Sweet Leaf Officially Ceases to Exist in Denver (Denver Westword)

// ‘Either Get Out Of The Business Or Stop Traveling To The US,’ Immigration Lawyer Warns People In The Legal Cannabis Industry (Civilized)

// Michigan sets health standards for medical cannabis businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Vaping medical marijuana backers say apartment renter’s total smoking ban is ‘ridiculous’ (CBC News)

// 4Front Ramps Up Cannabis Dispensary Operations and Prepares to Go Public (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Cops Took Their Son Away For Medical Marijuana. Now, Reunited Family Speaks Out. ( (Marijuana Moment)

// Governor Hickenlooper names Director of Marijuana Coordination (KOAA News 5 NBC)


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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// After wife pleads guilty to charge, Utah Gov. hopeful pushes for medical pot (CBS News)

// Question 4 legalizing marijuana in Massachusetts has 15-point lead among likely voters, WBUR poll says (Mass Live)

// Prop 205 latest: New poll shows AZ stance on pot initiative (AZ Family )


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// GW Pharma to Drop Dual Listing and Trade Only on NASDAQ (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Aphria Invests $250K into MassRoots and Establishes Referral Program (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Anchorage elementary school apologizes after anti-marijuana message goes out to parents (Alaska Dispatch News)

// LSU seeks $11.3M for medical marijuana grow site (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Cannabis Reform is Spreading Across The Caribbean (Marijuana.com)

// Cannabis Opponents in Massachusetts Launch Ludicrous Ad to Combat “Question 4” (Merry Jane)

// Watch Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg Get Down in the Trailer for Their New Cooking Show (Grub Street)


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