Thursday, November 30, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Thursday, November 30, 2017 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Thursday, November 30, 2017.

Headlines of the day
// Washington Report Gives Side-Eye to Homegrow Legalization (Leafly)

// Scotts Miracle-Gro Beefs Up Cannabis Industry Exposure with $72.2 Million Acquisition of Can-Filters (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Sessions hints at crackdown on recreational pot affecting California other states (Sacramento Bee)

// San Francisco pushes forward with legal marijuana sales (Washington Post (AP))

// 66 Members Of Congress Demand Protection Of State Medical Marijuana Laws (Weed News)

// California’s High Cannabis Tax Could Doom Legalization. Here’s a Fix (Leafly)

// Cannabis mergers and acquisitions more than double as Aurora buys rivals with investor windfall (Calgary Herald)

// Massachusetts House budget writers propose giving $2.7 million to marijuana regulators (Mass Live)

// Can medical marijuana users have firearms? Police say no (Lehigh Valley Live)

// Kellyanne Conway Has Zero Experience In Drug Policy But Is Running the White House Opioid Response (Mother Jones)

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Stephen Vick says:

It's a damn shame the White House is choosing to prosecute the victims of this drug war rather than getting to the root of the problem and prosecuting big pharma. Saddest part is every American knows the reason they aren't is because the drug dealer big pharma is paying the White House not to. Everyone of them are a disgrace to America.

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