Monday, April 17, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, April 17, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Kelly: Marijuana ‘not a factor’ in drug war (Politico)

// Rift opens between the Brown administration and legislators over new marijuana laws in California (LA Times)

// Provinces say they may need more time as liberals move to legalize marijuana (The Star)

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// Marijuana Goes Industrial in California (New York Times)

// Michigan chooses Florida-based company to run statewide medical marijuana ‘seed-to-sale’ tracking system (Crain’s Detroit)

// For unbanked marijuana businesses in Las Vegas, paying taxes becomes riskier (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// As questions linger, patients register for Maryland’s medical cannabis program (Baltimore Sun)

// NH1 Newsmakers: State Senate GOP leader predicts ‘we will pass’ marijuana decriminalization (NH1)

// Only blood test would be used to test for marijuana DUI in Nevada (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// Justice minister on strict pot penalties: “I’m not going to apologize” (CTV News Montreal)

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