Thursday, August 23, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, August 23, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Law directing DOJ to review criminal marijuana cases for reductions gets green light from CA Senate (KSBY 6 NBC)

// Oklahoma judge nixes effort to block business-friendly medical marijuana rules (Marijuana Business Daily)

// In Follow-Up Move, DEA Wants More Marijuana Grown In 2018 As Well (Marijuana Moment)

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// We don’t want legal weed sold in our towns, half of N.J. residents say (

// Poll: Huge Majority Of Wisconsin Voters Want Marijuana Legalized (Marijuana Moment)

// Cost of new mandatory marijuana pesticide testing tough to absorb for Colorado’s growers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// State refuses to referee marijuana testing dispute (Boston Globe)

// Mass. Regulators Urge Cities Towns To Help Diversify The Marijuana Industry (WBUR 90.9)

// Wholesale Prices for Oregon’s Outdoor-Grown Cannabis Are the Lowest America Has Ever Seen (Willamette Week)

// Oregon judge tosses racketeering claim against medical marijuana grower (Marijuana Business Daily)

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