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Protecting Marijuana’s $2.7 Billion Cash Industry When Banks Won’t
Thanks to recreational legalization in Colorado and Washington, the U.S. marijuana industry exploded from $1.5 billion to $2.7 billion in one year. But now, businesses making hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars a week are facing a serious problem: There’s nowhere to stash all the money.
Marijuana Legalization State by State
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Cheech & Chong Debate On Fox News About Marijuana
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Last week Bill O’Reilly and HotAir Editor-at-Large Mary Katharine Ham fought over pot legalization, and Ham returned Monday night for round two. The big issue this time was O’Reilly’s insistence on focusing on how children are affected by legalizing pot, resulting in another shouting match…
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Congress is taking steps to undo the District of Columbia’s widely supported referendum legalizing marijuana for recreational use. Buried within the “cromnibus” bill passed by the House last Thursday is a measure blocking the implementation of the new pot regulations, which was approved by nearly 70 percent of DC voters in November. RT’s Manila Chan has more details.
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Informa’s INSIDER Video Series explores America’s burgeoning Hemp and CBD Markets
Featured Image: Delicious THC Infused Cannabis Beverages (Watermelon flavor shown).
Dixie Elixirs™ (THC-infused soda) are handcrafted and formulated for optimal cannabinoid delivery. Carbonation supports rapid THC delivery and refreshing flavors ensure that all you have to do is sit back with friends and enjoy. Elixirs are available in 5mg, 40mg and 75mg and come in a variety of expertly developed flavors. SOURCE: Dixie Elixirs webpage. (Fair Use).
From Huffington Post Posted: Updated:
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
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Featured Image: Pot Plant. CREDIT: United States Fish and Wildlife Service. SOURCE: Wikimedia.org (Public Domain).
The surface area of the United States in which you can adequately and legally hold a proper Dark Side of the Moon/Wizard of Oz viewing party just got a lot bigger: Alaska, Oregon, and the District of Columbia voted Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana. In Alaska and Oregon, residents passed referenda that will set up regulated cannabis retail similar to the systems that voters in Colorado and Washington state approved in 2012. And D.C. voters passed Initiative 71, whichlegalizes the growing and possession of small amounts of marijuana but does not permit its sale. Under all of those laws, users must be 21 or older to possess pot. . . . Read Complete Report
Republicans Get Cancer Too–But No Relief
The Strange Failure of Florida’s Medical Marijuana Initiative
Florida, Republicans get cancer too, but even though on Tuesday 58 percent of voters approved a measure to allow medical marijuana — particularly useful in alleviating pain and suffering for cancer treatments — humane treatment will not be legally available in the Sunshine State.
3.3 million voters or 58% of Floridians approved the constitutional amendment. But Florida uniquely requires a 60 percent supermajority of the popular vote to change the law by referendum. How did this happen? . . . Read Complete Report
Retrace the money trail. . . EDITOR
Casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson is behind 85 percent of Florida’s anti-pot campaign