Thursday, December 7, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, December 7, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// L.A. lawmakers back new regulations on marijuana industry (Los Angeles Times)

// Legal Marijuana Sales Are Expected to Hit $10 Billion This Year (Fortune)

// Cannabis commission focuses on ‘social consumption’ (Common Wealth)

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// Delaware police officials seek to firm up gun ban, want weed use noted on driver’s licenses (Cannabist (AP))

// First Nations demand control over cannabis sales (Globe and Mail )

// Maryland cannabis commission hires new executive director (Baltimore Sun)

// Here’s how much Mass. could make off marijuana sales in the next fiscal year (Boston Globe)

// Ohio’s Auditor Is Calling For An Investigation Into State’s Medical Marijuana Program (WKSU Public Radio)

// Celebrating Five Years of Legal Weed in Washington State (Seattle Weekly)

// Shakeup at prominent cannabis lab follows allegations two owners have neo-Nazi ties (Oregon Live)

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