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Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Pro-marijuana protesters march in Vancouver in 2013 to demand progressive marijuana policy reforms.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Canada to introduce legal marijuana legislation Thursday: source (Reuters)

// Nix Nevada’s marijuana DUI limit: Our view (Reno Gazette-Journal)

// 44 in Congress support effort to keep DOJ handcuffed in medical cannabis states (The Cannabist)


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// Anti-Cannabis Group Violated CA Campaign Finance Laws, Commission Finds (Leafly)

// Panel amends medical marijuana bill; critics worry changes will lead to black market (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

// Court rules med pot producer won’t have to shut down for five days (NM Political Report)

// Medical Marijuana Licensing Starts Monday in Maryland (NBC 4 Washington)

// Payment Processors Purge Marijuana Businesses in Fear of Federal Crackdown (Merry Jane)

// Massachusetts Banked $7.2M in Medical Marijuana Revenue in 2016 (Marijuana Industry News)

// Absentee Votes Save Maine Bill Protecting MMJ Patients Awaiting Organs (Marijuana.com)


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Tuesday, August 2, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

ISIS fighters drive around waving flags

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, August 2, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// ISIS Says Legalizing Marijuana Is ‘Deviance’ (Marijuana.com)

// Bill allowing medical marijuana for PTSD victims heads to Christie’s desk (Shore News Today)

// Holyoke’s Alex Morse becomes 1st Massachusetts mayor to support marijuana legalization ballot question (Mass Live)


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// Medical marijuana advocate dies of cancer while on trial (The Japan Times)

// Colorado cop talks legal weed at police conference in Indianapolis (RTV ABC 6 News)

// Former Giant Leonard Marshall prepares to bring own marijuana-based product to market when legal (NY Daily News)

// Schulte uprooted from Marijuana Control Board (Alaska Journal of Commerce)

// Marijuana aids Sonoma County Alzheimer’s patients (The Press Democrat)

// Kennedy group puts $2 million into fight against pot-legalization measures (LA Times)

// MS patient’s war for weed wins Croatia a legal high (Malay Mail Online)


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Monday, June 13, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

A man smacks his forehead in disgust

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, June 13, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Anti-Pot Org Compares Legal Marijuana to Orlando Shooting (Marijuana Politics)

// Shutdown of Trenton Police Facebook triggers outcry from activists (The Trentonian)

// Colorado sets record with $117M in weed sales for April (The Cannabist)


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// Pot Gummy Bears Outlawed In Colorado (Colorado Public Radio)

// Five Massachusetts doctors approved nearly half of 53000 marijuana patients (Fox 25 WFXT Massachusetts)

// Rhode Island: House Budget Would Significantly Change Medical Marijuana Program (The Weed Blog)

// Portland police encourage buying pot from ‘legit businesses’ (Oregon Live)

// Lawsuit filed over Mendocino County pot regulations (The Press Democrat)

// Melissa Etheridge Consumes Marijuana During A Performance For The First Time (The Weed Blog)

// Crowdfunded financing for marijuana software business goes up in smoke (Los Angeles Times)


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