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Marijuana is growing up. As Colorado and Washington’s recreational marijuana industries blossom and new markets in Oregon and Alaska begin to take shape, so-called ganjapreneurs are looking for ways to take cannabis mainstream. Before long, they hope, marijuana products will be as widely available as alcohol — and just as socially acceptable.
“Ideally, I would like to see the 21-to-35 year-old taking a four-pack of these to a barbecue,” Joe Hodas, chief marketing director for the marijuana product manufacturer Dixie, said earlier this year of the company’s new watermelon cream-flavored “elixir,” Dixie One. The drink contains five milligrams of THC — just enough to produce a subtle buzz. . . . Read Complete Report
The private prison industry makes billions by warehousing our government’s prisoners. Therefore, I’m sure, you will find their Washington lobby opposing any immigration or drug laws that would mean less bodies. Like legalization of hemp.
In this case Wells Fargo has found ways to make money either way. I wonder how many other corporations have wormed themselfs into ways of doing the same. . . . EDITOR
Wells Fargo is the fourth largest bank in America and their executives claim that appealing to the Latino community has been a key component in expanding their business. But what many don’t know is that the bank is funding the private prison industry as well. Each time an illegal immigrant is caught and detained, Wells Fargo profits. Axel Caballero, founder of Cuentame, joins us with more on the prison industrial complex.