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Marijuana Business Daily | October 24, 2017
 MJ Freeways issues mount with more outages, delayed seed-to-sale program


Bart Schaneman
MJ Freeway, one of the leading technology companies in the cannabis industry, continues to experience security and performance issues with its inventory tracking software. The companys point-of-sale system failed multiple times over the past few days, forcing marijuana retailers nationwide to log transactions by hand or in some cases even close temporarily. And just last week, Washington state regulators announced that MJ Freeways seed-to-sale tracking program Leaf Data Systems wont be fully functional by Oct. 31. Thats the date when MJ Freeway is scheduled to take ove....
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The Joint Blog | October 15, 2017
 Study: Cannabis Legalization Has Reduced Opioid-Related Deaths in Colorado


Anthony Martinelli
The objective of the study, conducted by researchers at the University of North Texas School of Public Health, the University of Florida, and Emory University, was to examine the association between Colorados legalization of recreational cannabis use and opioid-related deaths. To do this researchers used an interrupted time-series design 2000-2015 to compare changes in level and slope of monthly opioid-related deaths before and after Colorado stores began selling recreational cannabis. They also describe the percent change in opioid-related deaths by comparing the unadjuste....
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Smell the Truth | October 20, 2017
 Colorados new police dogs are trained to ignore pot


Oscar Pascual
Colorados new breed of police dogs are now being trained to disregard the smell of legal marijuana. The city of Rifles police department has introduced two new drug-sniffing dogs that wont respond when smelling marijuana, reports the Post Independent. The two puppies, known as Jax and Makai, will be trained for Rifles K-9 unit in order to replace current police dogs that are conditioned to sniff out pot. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled in July that dogs trained to search for marijuana wont have legal probable cause when alerting to drugs in general. Dogs that can sni....
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