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Wednesday, September 14, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, September 14, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Pot growers call for labor regulation after abuse disclosures (Reveal)

// State’s response to marijuana lab accreditation crisis inadequate, administrator says (Oregon Live)

// New WBUR poll shows marijuana legalization winning in Massachusetts (Mass Live)


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// HelloMD & UC Berkeley to Conduct Largest Study on Cannabis, Pain & Opioid Abuse (Hello MD)

// Organic farm group launches program to certify Maine’s medical cannabis (Portland Press Herald)

// Tommy Chong Introduces “Chong’s Choice” In Denver, Colorado (Press Release Rocket)

// In Break With Past Policy, Dutch Mayor Allows Cannabis Patients to Grow at Home (Leafly)

// Marijuana Is Legal in Colorado – But Only If You’re a U.S. Citizen (Westword)

// Compromise reached over Anchorage Assemblyman’s participation in marijuana votes (Alaska Dispatch News)

// Not so dope: Police test first marijuana breathalyzer on Cali drivers (RT)


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