Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, August 19, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Department of Justice plans to end its use of private prisons (The Cannabist)
// California arrested nearly half a million people for pot over the past decade (Washington Post)
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// UTA Signs High Times (Hollywood Reporter)
// Judge denies request to delay medical marijuana restrictions (NBC Montana)
// Pa. wants medical marijuana input (Penn Live)
// Report: West Virginia Could Generate Millions With Legal Marijuana (Marijuana Industry News)
// Oregon reviewing nearly 1,300 applications for marijuana businesses (Oregon Live)
// Colorado airport’s ‘Pot Only’ waste bins (NZ Herald.co.nz)
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