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Monday, October 9, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 9, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// DEA Report: Marijuana Seizures Increased By 20 Percent In 2016 (NORML Blog)

// Marijuana Is A Big Issue In Next Month’s Elections (Marijuana Moment)

// First billboard ads for a marijuana dispensary will go up Monday (Boston Globe)


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// Biggest chunk of Oregon’s $108M pot revenue will be distributed to school fund (KATU 2 News)

// Texarkana’s first doctor to OK pot prescriptions will be stricter than law (Texarkana Gazette)

// Massachusetts farmers hope to keep marijuana business local (Mass Live)

// Data Dive: Breaking Down Maryland’s Medical Cannabis Industry By Race & Gender (Leafly)

// Canada Post To Start Delivering Marijuana (MLT Blog)

// Californians will be able to smoke and vape weed in parks, on beaches, decides gov (Cannabist)

// Hurricanes Marijuana Affecting Local Florists (Flathead Beacon)


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Tuesday, August 22, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Marijuana board considers shutting down dispensaries until licensing starts (Michigan Radio)

// Nevada marijuana license expansion on hold again until Aug. 29 (KTNV Las Vegas (AP))

// Pot Prices Rise 200% In Nevada As Product Flies Off The Shelves (Forbes)


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// California Is Still Arresting Too Many People of Color for Cannabis (Leafly)

// NYC pot arrests continue despite decriminalization push: lawyers (NY Daily News)

// Denver soon to license pot clubs, but few may open (McClatchy DC)

// Yet another study says weed could help solve the opioid crisis (Vice News)

// Deep Dive into Cannabis Stock Sunset Island Group Reveals Red Flags for Investors (New Cannabis Ventures)

// States Work To Help Marijuana Industry Reduce Power Costs (National Public Radio)

// Chart: Portion of women executives in cannabis industry dips to 27% but still strong (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Monday, August 22, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 22, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Judge tosses anti-marijuana lawsuit in Arizona ballot battle (The Cannabist)

// Nate Diaz uses CBD vape pen at UFC 202 press conference (Fansided)

// Signatures added for 2nd medical marijuana proposal (Arkansas Times)


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// ‘Good standing’ marijuana: definition unclear as Humboldt County deadline looms (Times Standard)

// Smoking Marijuana Provides More Pain Relief for Men than Women (Columbia University Medical Center)

// New Mexico Extends Re-Enrollment Period for Cannabis Patients (Leafly News)

// San Francisco Now Has a Cannabis Country Club (Travel and Leisure)

// Officers, federal agents remove marijuana grow sites from Soberanes Fire path (KSBY 6 NBC)

// Cannabis Plants at Oregon State Fair Are a First for the U.S. (Leafly News)

// High court sides with employee fired for smoking pot at work (The Gazette)


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