Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Minnesota medical pot providers run $11M in red (The Bulletin)

// Medical marijuana firm seeks emergency ruling to halt Maryland industry (Baltimore Sun)

// Congress Pushes Back Against Jeff Sessions’ Drug War 2.0 (Leafly)

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// Health Dept. Orders Sales Stopped on New Cannabis Product (US News & World Report)

// New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Legalizing Marijuana (MassRoots)

// Iowans could look to Minnesota for low-THC medical cannabis (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Why you won’t see the ‘Alaska Grown’ logo on local marijuana anytime soon (Alaska Dispatch News)

// Medical marijuana special session in limbo: It’s up to Rick Scott or Joe Negron (Tampa Bay)

// Chart: Washington DC’s medical marijuana industry poised for more growth (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Reporter called to testify in marijuana trial (Minnesota Public Radio)

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