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Friday, October 21, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Weinholzt of Utah holds a press conference about medical marijuana reform.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, October 21, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Democrat running for Utah governor unveils medical marijuana plan (Fox 13 Salt Lake City)

// Group sues over some Broward ballots missing marijuana question (Sun Sentinel)

// Marijuana Lights Up State Ballots (New York Times)


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// California readies landmark water rules for cannabis cultivators (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Majority of Montana voters oppose medical marijuana initiative, poll shows (Missoulian)

// Massachusetts Senate President: I’m Voting for Cannabis Question (Leafly)

// ‘But this is just drug abuse and it’s not medicine’: Arkansas medical marijuana opponents launch first TV ad (The Cannabist)

// Gummies overtake chocolate in Colorado cannabis edibles space (Confectionery News)

// Signal Bay Completes Purchase of Portland Cannabis Testing Lab (EconoTimes)

// Alaska Railroad sees hope in marijuana industry and other areas as profits drop (Alaska Dispatch News)


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Thursday, October 20, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A hand holds up the Newsweek Weed Nation issue with a pot shaped american flag

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 20, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Sixty Percent of Americans Support Legal Pot (Time)

// Battle lines drawn on potential changes to Maryland medical marijuana law (Baltimore Sun)

// Lawmakers: no comment on delegate’s medical marijuana roles (WMDT 47 ABC)


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// Adelson gives $2M to fight Nevada pot measure (Las Vegas Sun)

// Alberta justice minister to get cannabis crash course in Colorado (Calgary Herald)

// Our View: Maine needs rational pot policy, so vote ‘yes’ on Question 1 (Portland Press Herald)

// Medical marijuana doesn’t make for more teenage stoners (The Verge)

// U-Haul, Ducey, join Discount Tire, chamber, GOP in campaign against marijuana legalization, Prop. 205 (Phoenix Business Journal)

// Anchorage Assembly Authorizes 2 Marijuana Licenses & Examines 4th Avenue Theatre Permit (Your Alaska Link)

// Ex-Bears QB Jim McMahon Stumps for Arizona Legalization (Leafly)


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