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Monday, November 7, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, November 7, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Obama: Federal Prohibition Not ‘Tenable’ After State Marijuana Votes (Marijuana.com)

// Arkansas court: Ruling stands on medical marijuana Issue 7, votes won’t be counted (The Cannabist)

// Nancy Pelosi will vote to legalize pot in California (LA Times)


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// Privateer Holdings Closes $40 Million in Convertible Note Financing (Business Wire)

// Scotts Miracle-Gro in talks with EPA about marijuana pesticides (The Cannabist)

// Humboldt County donates little to Proposition 64 campaigns (Eureka Times-Standard)

// Sheldon Adelson gave $1.35 million more to campaign opposing recreational marijuana in Nevada (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

// Marijuana Price Falls to Yearly Low of $1,393 a Pound (24/7 Wall Street)

// Oregon Health Authority: Hundreds of customers bought pesticide-tainted pot (KVAL 13 CBS)

// Md. regulators hope to prune long list of marijuana dispensary applicants by Nov. 21 (Washington Post)

// How a Cuban Exile Became One of America’s Oldest Pot Prisoners (NBC News)


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