Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 27, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Chelsea Clinton Implies Marijuana Can Kill You (Marijuana.com)
// Marijuana arrests fall to lowest level since 1996 (Washington Post)
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// Chart: New York Medical Marijuana Patient Counts Rising, But Still Have Long Way to Go (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Mass. marijuana doctor should not have lost license, judge says (Boston Globe)
// Oct. 1 deadlines for marijuana testing, packaging could face delay (Oregon Live)
// Delaware Names Second Medical Cannabis License Winner (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Canadian Cannabis Producer to Buy Clone Shipper for $1,000,000 (New Cannabis Ventures)
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