Spoiler Report: Chipotle's E-Coli Pause, Obama Kush, More

Monday morning stories. Obama Kush is only one of them.

All Chipotles to Close Temporarily Monday for Company-Wide Staff Meeting
Probably the worst day (past few months) to get high and crave Chipotle. The meeting will reportedly discuss everything from new ways to cut avocados to why in the bloody hell the fast casual chain's burritos are making people so sick. [CNN]

Denver Releases Re-Called Edibles Back Into Market
After pulling nearly 30,000 units of cannabis-infused edibles from marijuana retailer shelves in 2015 after the food tested positive for banned pesticides, the City of Denver is sending the edibles back into the market. The Mile High city's Department of Environmental Health feels fairly confident that the snacks are chill, with only trace amounts of the pesticides present, albeit probably stale AF. [The Cannabist]

Native American Church Fights for Its Right to Peyote and Also to Pot
An attorney representing the 
Oklevueha Native American Church argues that an Orange County, California, dispensary that was raided in January was actually about to become a new chapter of its church. [Los Angeles Times

Oregon's Obama Kush Will Keep You Lit This President's Day Weekend
Local reporter says OK helps with stress, relating its uncommonly pleasant funk to "powdered sugar and black licorice from outer space." Chill. [Oregon Live]

Pot Clubs to Open in D.C. as Early as This Year
Under a measure passed earlier in February, the nation's capital will decide on guidance for licensing private pot shops, which could come in 2016. [Washington Post]

Detroit Dispensaries Have Month of March to Get Legal
Dispensaries in The D have between March 1 and 31 to apply for licenses to operate. All that fail to apply will be shut down by the city, and likely turned into more Coney Island locations. [MJBizDaily]

This Weed Billboard Pissed Off Rich Golfers in Phoenix
A billboard near TPC Scottsdale Grounds, the golf course that hosts the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open, reads: "If beer and golf make for the greatest party on grass...Why can't adults enjoy a safer party on grass?" Some rich dudes were allegedly pissed. Maybe the advertisement, which is paid for by the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, threw off their game. [Golf Digest]