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Monday, June 12, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Monday, June 12, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Maryland court again refuses to delay medical cannabis licensing (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Legal marijuana could be a $5-billion boon to the state economy – but some users may stay illegal (LA Times)

// Welcome to Ganjachusetts (Boston Magazine)


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// Gov. Hickenlooper signs controversial civil asset forfeiture bill, calls it “important first step” in addressing problems with practice (The Denver Post)

// Colorado Company’s Pot Cases Seized By Federal Authorities (CBS Denver)

// Attorney Plans Lawsuit to Allow for Smoking of Medical Pot (U.S. News & World Report (AP) )

// Colorado marijuana sales in April 2017 top $125 million (The Cannabist)

// This Firefighter Took A Doctor’s Advice To Use Medical Marijuana – Now He Could Be Fired (BuzzFeed News)

// Connecticut Commissioner Agrees to Add 3 Qualifying Conditions (U.S. News)

// NBA Finals: Hotel where Warriors practice taken over by National Cannabis Expo (CBS Sports)


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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Petition to legalize medical marijuana in Oklahoma gets more than 67,000 signatures (KJRH News NBC)

// NEW REPORT: California Marijuana Sales to Top $6.5 Billion by 2020 (Market Wired)

// Zabawa’s anti-marijuana initiative won’t make November ballot (Billings Gazette)


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// Proposed Pot Tax Would Generate $22M For San Diego In First Year, City Says (KPBS )

// Residency where marijuana is legal no reason for police search -U.S. court (Reuters)

// Whoopi Goldberg eyes Canada to expand marijuana business (The Star)

// Aurora Cannabis to Build 14-Acre Greenhouse Capable of Producing 77 Tons Annually (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Steep Hill Hawaii Expands Cannabis Testing Lab’s Operations to 8 States (New Cannabis Ventures)

// This Couple Isn’t Charged with a Crime. The State of Michigan Is Taking Their House, Anyway (Reason.com)

// Thornton says yes to marijuana sales in face of vocal opposition (Denver Post)


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