Tuesday, January 3, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, January 3, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Massachusetts Delays Opening of Marijuana Shops (New York Times)

// Anti-marijuana forces urge Maine lawmakers to delay legalization (Bangor Daily News)

// Elizabeth Warren pushes to allow weed biz to bank green (Boston Herald)

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// Marijuana Is Officially Legal In Nevada (Weed News)

// Florida Prepares As Medical Marijuana Amendment Goes Into Effect Tuesday (NBC 6 Miami)

// Trump Administration to Study Marijuana and Driving (Marijuana.com)

// Medical marijuana a growing business in Connecticut, as number of patients now tops 15,000 (New Haven Register)

// Alaska made $81k in marijuana taxes from first full month of sales (KTVA Alaska)

// Editor-in-chief Ricardo Baca says farewell to The Cannabist (Cannabist)

// Report: Hollywood Sign Changed To ‘Hollyweed’ (Weed News)

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