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Friday, February 14, 2020 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

The city of Los Angeles is seen from far off as the sun sits low on the horizon, off camera. The sky is killed with blue and orange clouds; the LA city skyline, set in blue, reaches into the fiery red sky.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Friday, February 14, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Los Angeles County expunges 66,000 marijuana convictions in a day (Leafly)

// Aurora Cannabis reports steep loss, production drop, and higher costs (Marijuana Business Daily)

// California unions ask state’s Democrats to shut out major cannabis trade group (Marijuana Business Daily)


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// Baker’s anti-stoned driving bill is dead- but marijuana cafes and employee protections move ahead in Legislature (Boston Globe)

// Scientists Find Aluminum Cans Suck Cannabinoids Out of Infused Beverages (Merry Jane)

// Taxes a big factor behind the financial woes of California marijuana companies (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Scotland Opens First Medical Cannabis Clinic to Treat Chronic Pain (Merry Jane)

// A Psychedelics Company Is About to List on a Public Stock Exchange (Merry Jane)

// California ‘vape art’ exhibit flashes bright light on waste issue (Reuters)

// Las Vegas dispensary offers free joints to Nevada primary voters (Leafly)


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Thursday, October 27, 2016 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Welcome to Colorful Colorado sign at night with a bright starry sky behind.

Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 27, 2016 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Report: Colorado weed a beast with $2.4B impact (The Cannabist)

// R.I. emergency regulations create new category to supply medical marijuana dispensaries (Providence Journal)

// Mom faces misdemeanor for providing cannabis to seizing daughter (Valley News KMVT/KSVT)


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// Two more Broward voters report ballots missing medical marijuana amendment (Sun Sentinel)

// Poll: Majority of Floridians support amendment to legalize medical marijuana (Action News Jax)

// Santa Ana to pay marijuana dispensary $100,000 after video appears to back police harassment claims (LA Times)

// Medical cannabis industry in Washington State on life support (Marijuana Business Daily)

// 722 days after vote, Alaska’s first pot shop opens Saturday (Alaska Public)

// Marijuana association filed late reports, commissioner rules (Billings Gazette)

// Common, Russell Simmons, Shailene Woodley among celebrities pushing to legalize weed in California (LA Times)


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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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