What irks me is the inability to any sort of investments in the publicly traded cannabis companies if your state still considers marijuana illegal. Literally watching money pass through my fingers.
I feel that once the States see how much money Canada is making off it they will legalize it shortly thereafter. Just like how different states did after they seen how beneficial (revenue wise) it was for them.
>”**We will bring back our jobs.**We will bring back our borders. We will bring back our wealth, and we will bring back our dreams," Trump said.
Sessions is dead set against legalization of pot, and Perry has linked the use of fossil fuels to preventing sexual assault. Green Energy and legal pot, the two growth markets. For a states rights administration they seem to think the Feds know better.
I was in the army in 1996. I had a squadmate who had spent most of his youth in Canada and had returned to America to join the army. I asked him "What is the biggest difference between America and Canada?" Do you know what he said? He said that "Everything is about money in America. Everyone talks about their values all the time but really what it always seems to come down to is whether or not there is money involved... and how much."
Words to live by.
The hard part is dealing with money without being able to use a bank at all. No idea how these dispensaries do it, as I'm sure they are under constant threat of being robbed since they can't deposit the cash in a bank, nor take out credit on that money.
Woof, the NFL is really taking a big hit. Too bad the whole water bears thing didn't work out.
Call me when it stops costing people their jobs while alcoholics get a free pass.