Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Maine House upholds LePage’s veto of recreational marijuana regulations (Portland Press Herald)
// IBM Proposes Blockchain as Cannabis Seed to Sale Tracking Solution (New Cannabis Ventures)
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// Chart: Medical marijuana patient counts surging in Florida (Marijuana Business Daily)
// How Big Tobacco, Alcohol, and Pharma Companies Could Enter the Cannabis Industry (New Cannabis Ventures)
// CA senator: San Francisco proposal a ‘ban’ on new cannabis firms (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Massachusetts Is Hiring a Marijuana Inspector (NBC Boston)
// Cannabis Information Provider Leafly Hires Groupon’s OrderUp Co-Founder as CEO (New Cannabis Ventures)
// Study: Medical Marijuana Laws Don’t Increase Teen Use (Marijuana Moment )
// Usable Medical Marijuana Still a Year Away in North Dakota (US News & World Report)
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