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Tuesday, July 19, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Medical marijuana in a traditional pill bottle.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, July 19, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Study: States With Medical Marijuana Observe Decline in Sick Time Taken By Employees (Marijuana.com)

// Chart of the Week: Most Common Medical Conditions of Registered MMJ Patients (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Australian MMJ Company Aims to Raise $4M for Human Trials (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// Arizona Chamber files lawsuit against recreational marijuana backers (Phoenix Business Journal)

// Your Missouri Drug Conviction Could Go Away Thanks to New Law Signed by Jay Nixon (Riverfront Times)

// Lawmakers: Decriminalizing marijuana could be good for Texas business (My Statesman)

// Pittsburgh law firm launches medical marijuana practice group (Pittsburgh Business Times)

// 51-foot marijuana joint coming to Philly for the DNC (Philly Voice)

// New Study: Alcohol Fuels Aggression While Marijuana Reduces It (Marijuana.com)

// How Trump and Pence Differ on Marijuana (Marijuana.com)


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