Friday, December 8, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Friday, December 8, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Friday, December 8, 2017.

Headlines of the day
// Shutdown Averted, but Medical Marijuana Protections Still at Risk (Leafly)

// Less-guarded Sessions spars with interns in internal DOJ video (ABC News)

// Wildfires pile woes on California pot industry after tough year (Reuters)

// Nova Scotia announces marijuana will be sold through NSLC and online (CBC News)

// Here’s The Industry Job Seekers Want Most (Green Market Report)

// Marijuana Dispensary Named Lyft’s Top Las Vegas Destination (Nevada Public Radio)

// Members Of Congress: Allow Research of Medical Marijuana As Alternative to Opioids (Weed News)

// Old drug conviction puts Maine marijuana expert on the defensive (Portland Press Herald)

// Lab tests find mold on medical marijuana sold in Phoenix; ‘It should be pulled off the shelf’ (AZ Family)

// MassRoots launches delivery concierge service in public beta (PR Newswire)

Subscribe to our podcast at
Our weekly show, Marijuana Today:
Our daily news email newsletter:



Keven Kush says:

Encanto green cross in Arizona is owned and ran by christians. They are a religious collective. They do sell moldy cannabis. I know from experience.

Write a comment