Thursday, October 6, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 6, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Next UN Head Oversaw Portugal’s Drug Decriminalization (Marijuana.com)

// How medical marijuana could help boomers get the most out of retirement (Washington Post)

// MLSE gets assist from U.S. government in marijuana fight with Snoop Dogg (TSN)


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// Selling marijuana to cancer patients may land Danish couple in jail for 10 yrs (Russia Today)

// Treasurer Deb Goldberg says proposed tax rate for legal marijuana in Massachusetts is too low (Mass Live)

// Is Cannabis Safe to Use During Pregnancy? New Study Clarifies Risks (Leafly)

// Millions spent on television ads touting initiative to legalize recreational marijuana use (LA Times)

// Developer may boost stake in Colorado marijuana chain (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Illinois marijuana sales top $20M since program began (CT Post)

// Welcome to peak pumpkin spice: Pumpkin spice edibles are here (Mic)


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