Friday, June 30, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, June 30, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Marijuana Opponents Declare Premature Victory, Don’t Understand Legislative Process (MassRoots)

// Dubious publicity: Toker Poker code name for Colorado marijuana bust also a smoker accessory (Cannabist)

// No deal yet on rewrite of Massachusetts marijuana law (MassLive)


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// Workers’ comp insurance firm drops all 7 of Hawaii’s medical marijuana dispensaries over fear of feds (The Cannabist)

// In some states, pot farmers get a free pass. In Kentucky, Cornbread Mafia leader Johnny Boone faces prison (Courier-Journal)

// Here’s the complete list of where Pennsylvania’s 52 medical marijuana dispensaries will be (Cannabist)

// Medical-marijuana advisory board now in place in West Virginia (The News Center)

// Fourth Corner CEO: Marijuana credit union will pursue Federal Reserve master account ‘sooner rather than later’ (Cannabist)

// Oregon ranks low on cannabis industry transparency (Oregon Business)

// Forum: Clergy support regulating marijuana like alcohol (New Haven Register)


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