Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 10, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// The DEA spent $73,000 to eradicate marijuana plants in Utah. It didn’t find any. (Washington Post)
// Why we ignore thousands of killings in the Philippines: The victims were drug users (Washington Post)
// Marijuana tech firm MassRoots clears debt defaults, continues cost-cutting (The Cannabist)
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// Mormon Leaders Worried About Marijuana, Leaked Video Shows (Marijuana.com)
// Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan appoints new marijuana regulator (Washington Post)
// Top foe of medical pot in Ohio gets 2 advisory board slots (WHIO News)
// Goldman Sachs Suggests Potential GW Pharma Acquisition Price of $349 (New Cannabis Ventures)
// The unexpected hurdles Anchorage marijuana businesses face: Parking and gardening (Alaska Dispatch News)
// Massachusetts State Court Rejects Medical Marijuana Suit (National Law Review)
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