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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Judge stops MI regulators from enforcing medical cannabis licensing deadline (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Coca-Cola CEO says company has no plans for cannabis drinks (CNN.com)
// Final approval to being sales remains elusive for marijuana retailers in Mass. (Boston Globe)
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// NYSE Adds Cannabis Company Aphria, Kicks Out IGC (Green Market Report)
// World’s Largest Cannabis Mega-Store Splashes Down in Las Vegas (Leafly)
// Can pot save the pumpkin farm? (Washington Post)
// Legal Marijuana Helps Reduce Opioid Harms, Two More New Studies Reveal (Marijuana Moment)
// California begins issuing full annual marijuana business licenses (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Chilliwack First Nation writes its own cannabis law (Vancouver Sun)
// Residents who admit to pot use turned away at U.S. border, says Estevan, Sask., mayor (CBC News)
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