Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, October 2, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Legal age to buy pot in Quebec will be 18 and it won’t be sold at deps (Montreal Gazette)
// Florida will miss deadline for handing out medical-marijuana licenses (Orlando Weekly)
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// Maui’s second medical marijuana dispensary receives state approval to begin sales (Pacific Business News)
// RTD: Pot Tax Money ‘Lost Forever’ (CBS Denver)
// Concerns grow over how to bank cash crop (Boston Herald)
// Marijuana providers await details of state’s so-far murky testing requirements (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
// Pot legalization in California brings a bonanza of government jobs (Los Angeles Times)
// Marijuana arrests plunge in 2016, but racial disparity remains (Boston Globe)
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