Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Arkansas House approves bill delaying medical marijuana (Times Record)
// North Americans Spent $53.3 Billion On Marijuana Last Year Most Of It Illegally (Huffington Post)
// Two of Washington’s largest recreational marijuana chains on the selling block (Marijuana Business Daily)
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// Indiana Bills Would Legalize Medical Marijuana; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition (Tenth Amendment Center)
// Dozens attend hearing on extending legal pot moratorium (News Times)
// Pot industry groups rush to make their names known in Maine (Bangor Daily News)
// Sandoval to add 10% tax on retail marijuana to help pay for programs in $8.1B budget (Las Vegas Review Journal)
// Report: $740K in sales for NH medical marijuana businesses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Sheriff’s Department Posts Pics of Weed Bust on FB – Gets Instantly Destroyed (The Anti Media)
// As Pot Prices Plunge Growers Scramble to Cut Their Costs (Bloomberg)
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