Thursday, November 17, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, November 17, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// The marijuana-initiative blunder that could cost California millions of dollars (Washington Post)

// California: Marijuana Convictions Are Being Reduced Or Overturned (Weed News)

// High Prices: The cost of medical marijuana benefits for vets has jumped 5000% in Canada (Vice News)


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// Exclusive estimates: CA will account for half of retail marijuana sales stemming from election (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Canopy Growth halted five times as Canadian marijuana stocks go on wild ride (BNN)

// Maine AG: Many questions need to be answered about new marijuana law (WCSH 6 NBC)

// Medical Marijuana Supporters Claim Florida Health Department Clouding Rules (NBC 6 News Miami)

// Tennessee AG: Nashville, Memphis marijuana laws not enforceable (Tennessean)

// Postal Workers Put Marijuana at Risk of Theft By Coworkers, Audit Finds (US News & World Report)

// 2016 Cannabist Awards: Here’s who won big in our salute to marijuana industry leaders (The Cannabist)


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