Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 3, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Recreational Marijuana Shops Licensed In Oregon, Now Set To Open (Oregon Public Broadcasting)
// New Mexico Weighs Legal Marijuana in Special Session (Marijuana.com)
// Raid! National Guard, State Police descend on 81-year-old’s property to seize single pot plant (Daily Hampshire Gazette)
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// Cop Spends 2 Months Working Undercover At Burger King, Nets 5 Grams Of Weed (Huffington Post)
// State senator spends $100K for ‘No on 2’ ad (NBC 2 News)
// Pro-medical marijuana group gets $1 million boost (Orlando Weekly)
// Marijuana centre opens for veterans suffering PTSD (Edmonton Journal)
// ‘Yes on 4’ to launch first TV ad on marijuana legalization (Boston Globe)
// AG: Former state rep sold marijuana to other lawmakers (WMUR 9 ABC)
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