Thursday, February 8, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

Thursday, February 8, 2018 Headlines | Marijuana Today Daily News

All the legal marijuana news and headlines for Thursday, February 8, 2018.

Headlines of the day
// Visiting Tampa, Jeff Sessions says opioid addicts should ‘tough it out,’ take aspirin (Florida Politics)

// Trump Says He Will Focus On Opioid Law Enforcement Not Treatment (NPR)

// Audit takes regulators to task for failing to monitor marijuana industry (Oregonian)

// Cory Gardner’s siege of the Justice Department over marijuana enters second month (Denver Post)

// Canaccord Genuity earnings get big boost from marijuana sector (CBC News)

// State Lawmakers Push Marijuana Referendums (Marijuana Moment)

// Fox News Poll: Support for legalizing marijuana hits record high (Fox News)

// Leafly to Begin Excluding Unlicensed California Dispensaries on March 1 (New Cannabis Ventures)

// Aspen marijuana shops sold $11.3 million in 2017, topping liquor stores for first time (Aspen Times)

// Vermont Lawmakers Consider A Fast Lane For Erasing Marijuana Misdemeanors From Record (Vermont Public Radio)

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Thomas OConnor says:

As one of your subscribers that looks forward to catching your daily podcast to catch up on recent news, I must tell you that my interest in your daily podcasts lessen by the day as you are injecting your own opinions and making fun of President Trump. Certainly you are entitled to your own opinions but your comments about him relative to the previous administration and HRC, especially in light of recent dossier and spying news developments really let's us know that you are as biased as most other members of the mainstream media. Yes, I realize that if I unsubscribe it's only a loss of one subscriber…but do you really need your "view" counts getting any lower than they already are? Cheers.

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