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Thursday, October 19, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions is caught grim faced during a candlelight vigil.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Sessions: Expanding Marijuana Cultivation For Research Is ‘Healthy’ (Marijuana Moment)

// Cory Booker Explains Why He’s Making Legal Weed His Signature Issue (Vice)

// Pro-Legalization Congressman To Target Anti-Cannabis Lawmakers (Marijuana Moment)


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// Justice Department creates watchdog for asset forfeiture program (Washington Post)

// 130-acre medical marijuana development to provide 1,000 new Michigan jobs (Michigan Live)

// Tapatio Hot Sauce Is Suing Cannabis-Infused Brand ‘Trapatio’ Over Logo Rip-Off (Merry Jane)

// Massachusetts Legalization Advocates: More Towns Should Follow Marshfield Example (Weed News)

// MassRoots Confirms CEO Change and Will Pay Dietrich $31,666.64 in Severance (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Cannabis Symposium Focuses on Sustainability Energy Efficiency (Westword)

// Undercover Agents Arrest San Diego Cannabis Delivery Drivers (Leafly)


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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

The elaborate glass dome of the Massachusetts State House is seen from below.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Read the Massachusetts marijuana bill: Lawmakers release compromise rewriting of the state’s pot and medical marijuana laws (Mass Live)

// Jeff Sessions Ready to Ramp Up More Asset Forfeitures (Leafly)

// Marijuana ruling by Massachusetts high court ‘first case of its kind in the country’ (Mass Live)


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// Editorial: Smoking Marijuana While Black (New York Times)

// The Haymaker: How Prohibition Aided a Pennsylvania Murder Spree (Leafly)

// Maine Takes Advice From Colorado’s ‘Marijuana Czar’ (Weed Daily)

// Canadian Dollars Are Funding Global Cannabis Expansion (Marijuana.com)

// Texarkana board approves two medical marijuana regulations (KSLA News)

// San Francisco Office Of Cannabis To Regulate Recreational Marijuana Sales (CBS San Francisco)

// Congressmen Tell Marijuana Jokes (MassRoots)


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Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Governor Rick Scott is lit against a black background while speaking at an event.

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Rick Scott says he’s ‘reviewing’ whether to call medical marijuana special session (Florida Politics)

// An Uncertain Future For Marijuana Legalization In June’s Special Session (Vermont Public Radio)

// Colorado’s weed boom will fund schools and fight opioid addiction (Vice News)


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// Nevada’s Hopes for Legal Cannabis Lounges Are Dead (For Now) (Merry Jane)

// More Georgians sign up for medical marijuana program, still unable to buy in state (The Cannabist (AP))

// States offer breaks to minority marijuana entrepreneurs (WCVB 5 ABC (AP))

// DOJ Turns Attention to Cannabis Enforcement (Leafly (AP))

// Marijuana theft in Laytonville triggers search by SWAT canine teams (The Press Democrat)

// Washington State: Market Share Doubles for Concentrates (Marijuana.com)

// Grandmother Who Lost Her Home Because Her Son Sold Marijuana Wins Pennsylvania Supreme Court Case (Forbes)


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Friday, March 31, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A number of people sled down a small hill overlooked by Washington, DC's Capitol Building.

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Friday, March 31, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// New Legislation Would Force The Federal Government To Treat Marijuana Like Alcohol (Huffington Post)

// Delaware lawmakers unveil recreational marijuana bill (PhillyVoice)

// Since 2007, the DEA has taken $3.2 billion in cash from people not charged with a crime (Washington Post)


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// John Kasich Says Medical Marijuana Has No Place in Stopping Ohio’s Opioid Crisis (Time)

// Maryland legislators propose using marijuana to treat heroin addiction (The Baltimore Sun)

// WV House fast-tracks medical marijuana (The Herald-Dispatch)

// Delaware to get Second Medical Marijuana Facility (Delmarva Public Radio)

// San Francisco’s 4/20 Marijuana Festival Will Be A City-Permitted Event (KPIX 5 CBS SF Bay Area)

// Cities Swap SWAT-Style Dispensary Raids for Softer Approach (Leafly)

// Canadian pharmacy chain to cover employees’ medical cannabis (Marijuana Business Daily)


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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Denver Colorado sits before a spread of cloud kissed Rocky Mountains.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Backers declare victory after Denver’s social marijuana use measure shows wider lead in updated results (Denver Post)

// Arizonans Could Cross States Lines for Legal Marijuana, but Face Risk in Bringing It Home (Phoenix New Times)

// Marijuana business owner seeks frozen assets back (San Diego Union-Tribune)


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// Canopy Growth Sales Grow 245% as Registered Patients Now Exceed 24,400 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Few doctors sign on to recommend medical marijuana in Maryland (Baltimore Sun)

// CU study: Federal researchers are studying less potent, diverse marijuana than what’s found in Colorado (Denverite)

// Texas legislators file bills aimed at decriminalizing marijuana (Texas Tribune)

// Marijuana legalization: Just because motorist looks stoned doesn’t mean they’re impaired, Mass. judge says (Mass Live)

// LePage wants to change the way Maine citizens sponsor ballot questions (Portland Press Herald)

// Marijuana Has Taken Over Las Vegas (Weed News)


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