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Marijuana Today Daily Headlines
Monday, September 24, 2018 | Curated by host Shea Gunther
// Shoppers Drug Mart gets medical pot license from Health Canada (Alaska Highway News (Canadian Press))
// O’Rourke And Cruz Clash On Marijuana And Drugs At Senate Debate (Marijuana Moment)
// New Jersey Sheriff Resigns Over Racist Remarks (Daily Beast)
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// DC officials scaling back punishment for smoking pot in public (Fox 5 DC)
// Judge rules Santa Rosa girl taking medical cannabis for seizures can attend public school (Press Democrat)
// OLCC pulls Bend marijuana producer’s license (KTVZ News Channel 21)
// Former Eugene pot lab owner tied to white nationalists sued by employees (Oregon Live)
// Michigan plans online medical marijuana registration (WXYZ 7 ABC)
// Some outdoor marijuana growers finding success using all-natural ‘closed-loop’ approach (Marijuana Business Daily)
// Marijuana use is now as common among baby boomers as it is among teens federal data shows (Washington Post)
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