The Daily Buzz: Anti-Trump Protests Continue; Fears Over His Cabinet; Marijuana Company Prepares to Cross State Lines

Nov 10 2016

The Daily Buzz: Anti-Trump Protests Continue; Fears Over His Cabinet; Marijuana Company Prepares to Cross State Lines

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Protesters Target Trump Buildings in Massive Street Rallies [CNN]
The protesters continued into this morning and their many objections included Trump’s Mexican wall plan and fears of more stop-and-frisk.

Loyalists and Rivals Tipped for Powerful Roles in Trump’s Cabinet [The Guardian]
A rogues’ gallery of contenders include such drug warriors as Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich; major powers are anticipated for the odious Mike Pence.

California Scrambles to Implement New Recreational Pot Law [LA Times]
Law enforcement, regulators and tax collectors have a lot of work to do to accommodate the new law.

After All That Lobbying, Drug Companies Can Breathe a Sigh of Relief [CNBC]
Defeats for Hillary Clinton and California’s Prop. 61 spell good news for Big Pharma.

Why the Latest Cancer Drugs May Not Be as Successful as They Seem [Time]
Unreliable testing processes and biases may inflate purported success rates.

Marijuana Company Prepares to Cross State Lines, as Legally as Possible [New York Times]
Dixie Brands may be one of the first weed businesses to try to go national.

  • The younger generation must revolt against its pudgier, frustrated future selves.