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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// HPD Won’t Force Marijuana Patients To Give Up Their Guns Right Away (Civil Beat)

// Recreational pot rules in San Francisco reach last hurdle (Washington Post (AP))

// Days after opening, Maryland medical marijuana dispensaries sell out of product (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// Public and private stores to sell recreational pot in B.C., with 19 as the purchasing age (CBC News)

// Manitobans will be able to buy pot online, but can’t grow at home under new legislation (CBC News)

// Surgeon general: Cannabis deserves further medical research (Marijuana Business Daily)

// No Bankruptcy Aid For Marijuana Businesses, Justice Department Officials Say (Forbes)

// Colorado Certifies Four Hemp Seed Varieties (Weed News)

// Washington state halts issuing of hemp licenses, citing budget shortfall (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Oregon’s medical marijuana market changing as recreational pot businesses keep growing (Register Guard)


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Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// In the midst of Congressional grilling, Sessions takes heat on marijuana attitude (Cannabist)

// Impaired driving changes could unfairly punish medical cannabis users, lawyers say (Globe and Mail)

// MassRoots quarterly revenue tanks (Cannabist)


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// Cash crunch holds up Michigan pot legalization push (Detroit News)

// Canopy Growth Sales Increase 107% to $17.6 Million (New Cannabis Ventures)

// RI medical marijuana dispensary CEO fears impact of recreational pot sales in Mass. (Providence Journal)

// Marty Walsh aims high to avoid drag on cannabis coffers (Boston Globe)

// Senator Tim Kaine Supports Medical Cannabis Research Bills in Congress (Merry Jane)

// Federal Reserve Bank In California Begins Accepting Cannabis Cash (Green Market Report)

// Township mulls no limit to number of medical marijuana facilities (Michigan Live)


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Thursday, October 19, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions is caught grim faced during a candlelight vigil.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Sessions: Expanding Marijuana Cultivation For Research Is ‘Healthy’ (Marijuana Moment)

// Cory Booker Explains Why He’s Making Legal Weed His Signature Issue (Vice)

// Pro-Legalization Congressman To Target Anti-Cannabis Lawmakers (Marijuana Moment)


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// Justice Department creates watchdog for asset forfeiture program (Washington Post)

// 130-acre medical marijuana development to provide 1,000 new Michigan jobs (Michigan Live)

// Tapatio Hot Sauce Is Suing Cannabis-Infused Brand ‘Trapatio’ Over Logo Rip-Off (Merry Jane)

// Massachusetts Legalization Advocates: More Towns Should Follow Marshfield Example (Weed News)

// MassRoots Confirms CEO Change and Will Pay Dietrich $31,666.64 in Severance (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Cannabis Symposium Focuses on Sustainability Energy Efficiency (Westword)

// Undercover Agents Arrest San Diego Cannabis Delivery Drivers (Leafly)


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Monday, October 16, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Monday, October 16, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

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// DPH slows medical marijuana fixes infuriated patients (Boston Globe)

// Razed California crops expose blind spots in insurance and regulation (Consumer Affairs)

// Michigan officials prepare for influx of medical marijuana applications (Detroit Free Press)


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// Researcher: Colorado’s $2.1M Dollar Pot Research Investment at Risk (Rocky Mountain PBS)

// Revenue cost estimates hazy on marijuana implementation (Portland Press Herald)

// Massachusetts DPH Clears the Air for For-Profit Conversion of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries (National Law Review)

// LA proposes limiting who can appeal marijuana dispensary licenses (Daily Bruin)

// Florida Medical Marijuana Patients Face up to Three Month Delay for State-Issued ID Cards (Merry Jane)

// Prohibitionist Post: 125 years covering Colorado’s love-hate affair with alcohol and cannabis (Denver Post)

// Illinois high school confiscates student paper over marijuana story (Student Press Law Center)

 


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Thursday, August 24, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Thursday, August 24, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Lawmakers Tell Sessions To Stop Blocking Marijuana Research (MassRoots)

// First member of state pot commission didn’t support legalization (Boston Globe)

// What happened to Women Grow? Rapid growth strategic changes contributed to contraction (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// MassRoots to Acquire CannaRegs for $12 Million in Stock (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Will legal pot be a chance for minority business owners? (Boston Globe)

// When you write legislation really quickly sometimes you accidentally cut funding for buses and museums (Denverite)

// Smoke this: John Morgan adds plaintiffs to marijuana lawsuit (Florida Politics)

// Marijuana Industry More Stable Than Journalism Says Reporter Jumping Ship (Westword)

// Why weed could cut into liquor sales across Nevada (Las Vegas Sun)

// New York Announces Major Changes to Medical Cannabis Program (New Cannabis Ventures)


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Tuesday, August 8, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Jeff Sessions’ letter to Oregon gov cites ‘pervasive illicit cannabis cultivation’ (Cannabist)

// Inslee and Ferguson Defend Washington Marijuana Regulations in Reply to Sessions (Marijuana Industry News)

// Weed Scene Elated as City Appears to Embrace Pot Shop Permits (LA Weekly)


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// State Lawmakers’ Group Urges Feds to Deschedule Cannabis (Leafly)

// Want to influence Massachusetts weed industry decisions? Regs board now forming (Cannabist)

// DEA plans to reduce quota of government-grown marijuana for research in 2018 (Cannabist)

// Scott To Create ‘Blue Ribbon Commission’ To Study Marijuana Legalization Issues (Vermont Public Radio)

// Pot Report Sparks War of Words Between New York Mayor & Drug Policy Alliance (The Fix)

// Chart: Many operational marijuana businesses are seeking funding in 2017 (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Neil deGrasse Tyson Endorses Legalizing Marijuana (MassRoots)


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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates Criticizes Jeff Sessions for Renewed Drug War (Merry Jane)

// Massachusetts picks panel to draft rec cannabis compromise (Marijuana Business Daily)

// After Two Years Medical Cannabis Still Not Profitable in Minnesota (Iowa Public Radio)


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// Maryland regulators want to deny license to medical cannabis firm (Baltimore Sun)

// Utah Group Files 2018 Medical Marijuana Ballot Initiative (Leafly (AP))

// Marijuana smuggling scandal linked to Pa. grower permit recipient (Penn Live)

// T-Shirts and Hats Used to Advertise Pot Products Could Be Banned (LA Weekly)

// Nevada Taxation Department prepares to license recreational pot purveyors this week (Record-Courier)

// Trump Veterans Secretary: Legal Marijuana Helps Advance Research (MassRoots)

// Chart: Cannabis industry employs 165,000-plus workers (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Thursday, June 8, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Florida governor Rick Scott stands on stage during the CPAC conference in front of a large graphic of a map of his state.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Rick Scott expands special session call to include medical marijuana (Florida Politics)

// 10th Circuit: Neighbors may file federal RICO lawsuit against state-licensed marijuana growing operation (Washington Post)

// More Banks Open Marijuana Accounts Under Trump (MassRoots)


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// Jeff Brandes files amendment to medical marijuana in Senate (Florida Politics)

// Women hold 5% of board seats in publicly listed Canadian MJ firms (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Weed Startups Will Make Warehouse Rents More Expensive in L.A. and Boston (Bloomberg News)

// Marijuana dispensary map released by LA’s city controller (Curbed LA)

// Why Did San Diego Declare War on Med-West? (Leafly)

// The word ‘and’ in Colorado bill marks major mistake for marijuana research (KKTV News)

// Dr. Bronner’s wants to help you find organic marijuana in Colorado (Denverite)


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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// DHS head John Kelly gave a clear signal that the Trump administration is heading for a marijuana crackdown (Business Insider)

// House, Senate Pass Competing Bills to Regulate Medical Marijuana (Sunshine State News)

// Legalization plan doesn’t include amnesty for past marijuana-convictions: Liberals (The Globe and Mail)


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// DOJ Busts New Mexico Spending Federal Money on Marijuana (MassRoots)

// GreenWave’s Matt Karnes Predicts Fully Legal Cannabis Markets In 8 New States By 2018 (Benzinga)

// CA marijuana distributor to launch ‘institute’ serving small growers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// California Cannabis Farmers Insist on Driving Their Own Trucks; Here’s Why (Leafly News)

// Smoke pot in Oregon? Your name now protected from feds (Oregon Live)

// Researchers to study potential medicinal properties of natural products, which could include cannabis (The Post Athens)

// Colorado Department Of Transportation Hiding Miniature ‘Mile 420’ Signs (Weed News)


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Monday, April 3, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Monday, April 3, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// John Oliver Goes Off On America’s Most Absurd Marijuana Laws (Huffington Post)

// Trump And Marijuana: Justice Department Contacts Colorado Officials About Cannabis Cases (International Business Times)

// Exclusive: Here’s how Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper really feels about marijuana (The Cannabist)


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// Jerry Jones addresses Roger Goodell’s contract marijuana at owners-only meeting (Sporting News)

// Congressman Talks Marijuana In Launching Challenge Against Ted Cruz (Mass Roots)

// Criticism of U. of Mississippi Marijuana Quality Unfair (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

// California dispensary opens club for kids who use medical cannabis oil (Fox 4 Kansas City)

// Governor signs 12 marijuana bills more on his desk (Baxter Bulletin)

// A Real Estate Boom Powered by Pot (NY Times)

// More than 10000 attend Hash Bash call for Michigan marijuana legalization (MLive)


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