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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, December 5, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Oregon revises marijuana rules after industry backlash (Oregon Live)

// California treasurer asks President-elect Donald Trump to address inability of pot firms to use banks (LA Times)

// Popular with voters, medical marijuana finds few champions in Tallahassee (Tampa Bay Times)

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// How soon could Denver businesses open the first social marijuana use areas? It’s still not clear. (Denver Post)

// Bill drafted to keep marijuana sales out of black market (Las Vegas Now)

// 2 medical marijuana users sue to force Arizona to reduce fees (

// Vireo cheers Department of Health medical marijuana decision (Daily Gazette)

// Activists call for equal opportunity in Mass. cannabis industry (Metro)

// CT police: Mass. pot laws don’t affect us (Norwich Bulletin)

// Future of Amsterdam’s coffeeshops in doubt as oldest cannabis cafe faces closure (The Telegraph)

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