Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, September 15, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Defense Secretary Says Pentagon Should Hire More Marijuana Users (Marijuana.com)
// NJ Gov. Christie Signs PTSD Law, Finally (Leafly)
// Snyder to decide pot law overhaul after House approval (Detroit News)
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// Judge blasts Florida health officials over medical marijuana scorecards (Orlando Weekly)
// Marin General to study medical marijuana use on site (Marinij.com)
// Baker Administration Suggests Cuts to School Funding, Local Aid if Pot’s Legalized (Boston Magazine)
// MPs call for medical cannabis to be made legal (BBC News)
// Alaska Court: Homeless People Possessing Marijuana Not Protected by Constitution (Alaska Commons)
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