Friday, August 25, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 25, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Colorado gov responds to Sessions marijuana letter questioning state’s regulatory regime (Cannabist)

// American Legion To Feds: Increase Veterans’ Medical Marijuana Access (MassRoots)

// Denver businesses can now apply for social marijuana use licenses (Cannabist)

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// Marijuana has no place in Nevada casinos, gaming officials say (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// In opioid war, nonprofits call for medical marijuana (Sante Fe New Mexican)

// Recent raids on Mendocino County grows elicit response from local government (Cannifornian)

// California lawmakers ask Gov. Jerry Brown to bar the marketing of pot edibles to minors (Los Angeles Times)

// Dayton: No legal recreational marijuana on my watch (Minnesota Public Radio)

// Marijuana cultivators up 20% in Canada as industry scrambles to meet growing demand (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Colorado marijuana companies brace for flood of cannabis from outdoor grows (Marijuana Business Daily)

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