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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// U.S. cannabis firm Curaleaf falls in trading debut following biggest-ever reverse takeover on CSE (Financial Post)
// Medical marijuana board says they’ll offer some grace during licensing crackdown (Michigan Live)
// At a sometimes tense meeting on medical marijuana, Speaker Hughes says participants in cannabis agreement have ‘put their names on the line’ (Salt Lake Tribune)
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// Chart: Declines in wholesale prices hammer major recreational cannabis markets (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Majority of British public support legalisation of cannabis, survey reveals (Independent )
// Landmark trial focuses on whether Colorado cannabis firm hurts property values (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana Campaign Ads Are Flooding Airwaves Ahead Of The Election (Marijuana Moment)
// The U.S. Government Can Actually Track Canadians Who Buy Marijuana Online (MTL Blog)
// Court orders state to allow dispensaries (Albuquerque Journal)
// Organic Farmers In Southern Oregon Fear The Cannabis Boom May Have Poisoned Oregon Lands (Willamette Week)
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