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Shinnecock Nation Could Grow Medical Marijuana And Build Dispensary On Reservation

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author on Feb 8, 2016
The Shinnecock Indian Nation plans to grow and process medical marijuana, as well as build a dispensary on reservation land, by the end of 2016, pending approval from the state,... more

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