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  • Shaping the Business of Legal Marijuana

    Shaping the Business of Legal Marijuana

    This past election cycle, both Washington and Colorado approved the use of marijuana for recreational purposes. Supporters of legalization in both states celebrated by toking up in public. At the time, law enforcement agencies looked the other way. But that approach can’t last forever. Now it’s  down to citizens, businesses, trade associations and lawmakers to figure out the best way for shaping the business of legal marijuana.   We must roll out regulations and licensing protocol to allow for the [...]

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  • Americans side with Constitution on marijuana laws

    Americans Side with Constitution on Marijuana Laws

    Americans may be enamored with Social Security, Medicare, and sundry other unconstitutional federal policies, but according to a new USA Today/Gallup poll, a sizable majority of them stands with the Constitution when it comes to marijuana laws. The survey, conducted November 26-29, reveals  very clearly that Americans side with Constitution on marijuana laws.   64 percent of Americans believe that the federal government should not “take steps to enforce federal anti-marijuana laws” in states that have legalized recreational marijuana consumption, [...]

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