Thursday, October 18, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Thursday, October 18, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther

// Cannabis shops do a roaring trade on their first day in Canada (Al Jazeera News)

// Toronto police to Canadians: stop snitching on your neighbors about marijuana (Vox)

// Marijuana And Other Drugs Should Be Legalized, Likely Next House Judiciary Chair Says (Marijuana Moment)

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// Former Oregon pot lab owner, with aid of white nationalist lawyer, sues antifa for defamation (Oregon Live)

// See photos of Louisiana’s first legal harvest of medical marijuana (Nola)

// DA dismisses citation against woman with medical marijuana (Fox 25)

// San Francisco establishes cannabis committee to oversee industry (San Francisco Examiner)

// Some Toronto and B.C. dispensaries remain open on pot legalization day (CTV News)

// Provinces warn of marijuana delivery delays if Canada Post strikes (Marijuana Business Daily)

// Tommy Chong is trying to get to Canada in time for legalization, but can’t find his passport (Toronto Star)

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