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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Canopy Growth Acquires Hemp IP of Ebbu (Green Market Report)
// New Jersey medical marijuana program delayed by glut of dispensary applications (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana Research Is Exploding In The Age Of Legalization, New Study Finds (Marijuana Moment)
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// Banking Lobby Surveys Members On Problems Serving Marijuana Businesses (Forbes)
// Canada to allow cannabis smoking at campsites in national parks (Global News)
// Starting at just over $6 a gram: Nova Scotia unveils legal cannabis prices (Global News)
// Meet the little stamp that became a big headache for licensed cannabis producers (Financial Post)
// Former military captain detained for months in U.S. on decades-old marijuana charge in Canada (Globe and Mail)
// Cannabis Course Responds to Industry Need (UConn Today)
// Police in Michigan Censored Pro-Cannabis Facebook Comments (Herb)
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