Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Deputy AG: Push for tough sentences is not reviving drug war (The Associated Press)
// Congress Could Vote on Marijuana Banking This Week (MassRoots)
// Cleveland City Council rolls back moratorium on growing marijuana (Cleveland.com)
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// Nevada Lawmakers Set Cannabis Tax: 10% Retail, 15% Wholesale (Leafly News)
// Marijuana may get a brief losing debate in House (CT Post)
// Chart: Retail cannabis chains are on the rise in Colorado (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Toronto’s public health chief wants pot possession decriminalized now (Toronto Star)
// Ohio village runs out of space for medical marijuana growers (The News & Observer)
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