Friday, July 15, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, July 15, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Illinois Bank Facing Fed, State Heat Tied to MJ Clients (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Washington Wants You to Stop Paying Cannabis Taxes in Cash. Good Luck With That. (Leafly)

// Marijuana Scandal: The Next President Hasn’t Used It (Marijuana.com)


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// Three Santa Ana police officers caught on marijuana-dispensary video no longer on force (Orange County Register)

// A Big LEAP In Support For California’s Recreational Pot Legalization Initiative (OC Weekly)

// Win for Weedman: He can argue ‘cannabis temple’ deserves religious freedom (New Jersey 101.5)

// Portland signs off on marijuana festival featuring free samples (Oregon Live)

// Marijuana dollars are having a huge impact on the civic soul of Edgewater (Denver Post)

// Ricky Williams Takes the High Road (Sports Illustrated)

// Medical pot measure would cost $8.7 million, North Dakota agency says; supporter calls that ‘fearmongering’ (Grand Forks Herald)


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