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Friday, August 24, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A town meeting is held in an auditorium in Massachusetts.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 24, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Payments for marijuana licenses appear to skirt state law (Boston Globe)

// Cannabis Control Commission declines to review agreements between Massachusetts cities and towns and marijuana businesses (Mass Live)

// After a Green Light for Testing Labs, We’re One Step Closer to Massachusetts’ First Pot Shops (Boston Magazine)


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// Higher prices and barer shelves: California cannabis retailers face frustrated customers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// N.J. to tell prosecutors they are free to drop some weed charges, sources say (NJ.com)

// Medical Marijuana Laws Don’t Increase Crime, New Study Says (Marijuana Moment)

// Cannabis Supply Chains Coming Out of the Shadows (Wall Street Journal)

// HODL Everything! High Times Walks Back News It Would Take Bitcoin for Initial Stock Offering (Marijuana.com)

// Alaska Could Be The First State To Legalize And License Marijuana Lounges (Marijuana Moment)

// Only three states in US prohibit cannabis for any reason and fully criminalize use (CGTN)


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Thursday, March 29, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A woman's hand holds a small marijuana bud up for show.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, March 29, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Medical Cannabis Survives Another Vote After Patients Tell Tennessee Lawmakers Their Stories (Nashville Public Radio)

// D.C. lawmakers accept weed from activists as conflict over murky marijuana laws continues (Washington Post)

// Will Cannabis Employees Finally Be Allowed to Get Free Samples? (Westword)


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// Lawmakers Want Research On Medical Marijuana For Veterans (Marijuana Moment)

// Medical marijuana business bids backing up: Michigan adds more licensing meetings (Detroit Free Press)

// Industrial hemp bill clears Kansas House (KWCH)

// Indiana Excise Police dismiss ‘ridiculous’ marijuana citations against dozens of stores (WTHR 13 NBC)

// GrowGeneration Generates $14.4 Million Revenue in 2017 and Projects $37 Million in 2018 (New Cannabis Ventures )

// Third Recreational Marijuana Bill Up For Hearing Includes Substance Abuse Treatment Prevention Programs (Hartford Courant)

// Could state lawmakers pave the way for medical marijuana to treat opioid addiction? (AZ Family)


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Tuesday, March 27, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A bright green marijuana plants sits under lights close to harvest.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// With Growers in the Shadows, California Faces Cannabis Shortage (Leafly)

// California’s marijuana edibles makers are going extinct (Green State)

// Legal Pot Is Notoriously White. Oakland Is Changing That. (Politico)


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// Nevada marijuana sales down in January, still ahead of projections (Cannabist (AP))

// After emotional debate, medical marijuana rejected by Kansas House. But not by much (Kansas City Star)

// Advocates Say Dormant Medical Dispensaries Shouldn’t Get First Shot At Recreational Licenses (WBUR)

// Federally legal hemp, a fruitful endeavor in Colorado, gets jolt from Republican Mitch McConnell (Cannabist)

// Solving the Dutch Pot Paradox: Legal to Buy but Not to Grow (New York Times)

// In the murky world of D.C. marijuana law, pop-up markets thrive (Washington Post)

// Sh*tstorm After Study Finds No Causal Link Between Marijuana, Homelessness (Denver Westword)


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Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

The golden dome of the Massachusetts State House is shown next to a statue of General Joseph Hooker on a bright sunny day.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Massachusetts legislative leaders worried about federal marijuana policy’s impact on businesses (Mass Live)

// Random Testing, Million-Dollar Fines: Canada’s Cannabis Pesticide Crackdown (Leafly)

// Kansas Official Goes 100% Racist to Defend Cannabis Prohibition (Leafly)


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// Hydropothecary to Raise $100 Million Selling Units at $4.00 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Saskatchewan Will Have Privately Owned Cannabis Dispensaries (Marijuana.com)

// Sandoval wants Nevada to follow Colorado plan on marijuana (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// New Pew poll: Support for marijuana legalization inches up among Americans (Cannabist)

// Canadian cannabis companies with US operations must disclose risks (Marijuana Business Daily)

// In the Fight Over LA Weekly, Cannabis Companies Are Caught in the Middle (Leafly)

// How Legalization Is Already Hurting California’s Small Pot Farmers (Rolling Stone)


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Thursday, May 4, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Representative Tom Marino (R-PA) walks into a meeting room wearing a leather jacket and backpack.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, May 4, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Trump Won’t Appoint Tom Marino to Be Drug Czar (US News & World Report)

// Pot Legalization Bill Favored by Vt. House Unlikely to Pass Senate (Valley News)

// New York Assembly Adds PTSD to Medical Marijuana Conditions (Marijuana.com)


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// Australia receives first marijuana oil imports (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Tilray Announces Medical Cannabis Export to Cyprus (Business Wire)

// Deal extends Canadian medical cannabis grower’s footprint west (Marijuana Business Daily)

// PennDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program Discriminates Against Cannabis (Weed News)

// The NFLPA Finally Seems Ready To Tackle Its Aversion To Medical Marijuana (Deadspin)

// Colorado congressman takes ‘pot’ shot at Space’s comments (New Jersey Herald)

// Wichita Police Vow to Back Off Marijuana Enforcement (MassRoots)


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Tuesday, October 11, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A sky filled with hot air ballons

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Journal Poll: Pot legalization has widespread, growing support (Albuquerque Journal)

// Caesars Plans to Crack Down on Cannabis Consumption at Industry Conference in November (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Clinton Gave Thumbs Down to Legal Marijuana, Leak Shows (Marijuana.com)


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// 2 Florida papers do an about-face on Amendment 2, call for yes on medical pot (Florida Politics)

// Colorado marijuana has ‘permeated nearly all parts of Kansas’, report from Kansas AG says (Topeka Capital-Journal)

// Culinary union’s endorsement of Question 2 gives marijuana supporters a boost (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// Safe Montana files complaint against magazine ads (Billings Gazette)

// Legalizing pot will take money from criminals, says travel show host Rick Steves (Mass Live)

// What has to happen before you could buy marijuana without a prescription in Maine (Bangor Daily News)

// Debate grows over when Ohio physicians can begin recommending medical marijuana (ABC News 5 Cleveland)


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