Monday, November 14, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, November 14, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Is Arizona’s Legal Marijuana Measure Still Alive? (

// Marijuana opponents request recount (WCSH 6 NBC)

// Canopy Growth is Canada’s first ‘cannabis unicorn’ with $1 billion valuation (Financial Post)

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// Aphria Announces Largest Cannabis Industry Capital Raise (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Up in Smoke: The election wrecked America’s underground weed economy (Vice News)

// Several NFL owners, execs eyeing marijuana discipline changes (

// With Proposition 205 Off the Table, Arizonans Flock to Medical Marijuana Docs (Phoenix New Times)

// Who Grows Distributes Medical Marijuana? (Arkansas Matters)

// How quickly will recreational marijuana be available for sale in Nevada? (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// Sheriff Admits He Issued a False Alarm About THC-Tainted Halloween Treats (

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