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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 29, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Arkansas: Two Medical Marijuana Measures on November Ballot (

// Whoops. Could an error in Montana’s medical marijuana initiative delay changes to the law? (The Cannabist)

// More growers brings surge in weed supplies, plunge in Boulder County pot prices (Daily Camera)

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// Israel to begin exporting marijuana soon – minister (Times of Israel)

// Gov. Haslam ‘not a fan’ of cities’ efforts to decriminalize marijuana (Knoxville News Sentinel)

// New Petition Initiative to Legalize Marijuana in Nebraska (NTV ABC)

// Johnson defends association with pot industry (The Hill)

// Backers of minimum-wage increase in Arizona have raised $1.4 million (

// Oregon State Fair generates buzz with first legal pot display in U.S. (Chicago Tribune)

// Grants police sergeant arrested Wednesday released from jail (KOB 4 News)

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