Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

No full show today, but here are the headlines. Should be back in the full swing tomorrow.

// President Trump Appoints Anti-Marijuana Congressman as New Drug Czar (Civilized)

// New Mass. pot commission gets final three members (Boston Globe)

// Medical Marijuana Study Researching PTSD Faces Early Shut Down Thanks to Uncooperative VA Officials (Merry Jane)

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// ‘Made in Alaska’ program welcomes marijuana businesses (Denver Post)

// Summer marijuana boom continues with sales high (Juneau Empire)

// Washington’s pot law hasn’t meant more use by kids, new study says (Seattle Times)

// Task force to begin discussion on pot legalization (Washington Post (AP))

// Effort to limit pot advertising on clothing in California falls short (LA Times)

// Scotts Miracle-Gro sells off international operations to focus on core business and hydroponics (Cannabist)

// DOJ is secretly using IRS to investigate Colorado pot shops in guise of audits lawsuit says (Denver Post)

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