Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, August 12, 2019 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Colorado Tourism Now Has a Pro-Marijuana Influence (Denver Westword)
// Why Did the Feds Spend More on Weed Busts Than Fighting Domestic Terrorism? (Merry Jane)
// Wine, Beer, and Weed: Grass Lands Brings Legal Cannabis to Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco (NBC Bay Area)
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// The Newest Pokemon Is Literally a Bong (Merry Jane)
// Grading the Democratic Presidential Candidates on Marijuana: Beto O’Rourke (Canna Law Blog)
// Auditor withdraws cannabis firm CannTrust’s financial report amid controversy (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Surterra gets OK for more medical marijuana storefronts in Florida (Tallahassee Democrat)
// Oakland’s artist warehouses targeted after Ghost Ship, face new threat from pot (San Francisco Chronicle)
// Arizona Marijuana Legalization Initiative Takes First Step Toward 2020 Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
// Idaho Medical Marijuana Initiative Clears Early Hurdle On Way To 2020 Ballot (Marijuana Moment)
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