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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, June 23, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// State collects about $15M in pot tax (Bend Bulletin)

// Pueblo County commissioners recognize 1st pot scholarship recipients (The Pueblo Chieftain)

// White House Defends D.C’s Ability to Set Its Own Marijuana Laws (Marijuana.com)


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// Contributions mount for PAC backing legalization of recreational marijuana (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// Richmond lifts ban on commercial cannabis grows (East Bay Times)

// Ohio’s medical marijuana law looks out for minorities but is it unconstitutional? (The Cannabist)

// Cannabis labs seek to serve growers off the road system (Alaska Journal of Commerce)

// Arbitrator reinstates Lane County employee fired for medical marijuana use (The Register-Guard)

// Portland marijuana tax headed for November ballot (Portland Tribune)

// Find a Cannabis Expert through NCIA Knowledge-Sharing Network (New Cannabis Ventures)


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