Friday, August 24, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 24, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Payments for marijuana licenses appear to skirt state law (Boston Globe)

// Cannabis Control Commission declines to review agreements between Massachusetts cities and towns and marijuana businesses (Mass Live)

// After a Green Light for Testing Labs, We’re One Step Closer to Massachusetts’ First Pot Shops (Boston Magazine)

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// Higher prices and barer shelves: California cannabis retailers face frustrated customers (Marijuana Business Daily)

// N.J. to tell prosecutors they are free to drop some weed charges, sources say (

// Medical Marijuana Laws Don’t Increase Crime, New Study Says (Marijuana Moment)

// Cannabis Supply Chains Coming Out of the Shadows (Wall Street Journal)

// HODL Everything! High Times Walks Back News It Would Take Bitcoin for Initial Stock Offering (

// Alaska Could Be The First State To Legalize And License Marijuana Lounges (Marijuana Moment)

// Only three states in US prohibit cannabis for any reason and fully criminalize use (CGTN)

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