One clear obstacle stands in the way when it comes to business and investment opportunities within the legal marijuana trade: federal law. But will the tax revenue generated within the state of Colorado sway the views of congress?
Knowing of Washington’s subpar recreational marijuana structure, Sean Green is the first pot business license holder in the state of Washington. It’s so far so good for Sean, but how will his newfound business play out in the future?
Recreational marijuana goes beyond just regulating of weed like alcohol. It’s all about business. Colorado and Washington, the two states who have recently OK’d recreational cannabis, are going about the implementation process in very different ways. So far, Colorado takes the lead for yielding the most tax dollars.
The wishy-washy nature of the pot industry has led some investors to question whether liquidating their stocks is the right decision.
The rapid change in discourse surrounding the marijuana trade means one thing: investors are looking to cash-in now more than ever.
The Marijuana Index has some changes underway–keep calm and invest on.
The future of medical marijuana dispensaries may be cut short due to the implementation of recreational shops in states like Colorado and Washington.
After having been in the lime light regarding his views on cannabis, Sanjay Gupta openly admits to his advocacy for the legalization of marijuana on a federal level.
Will the tax revenue Colorado receives open the eyes of other states?
CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent digs deeper into the use of Medical Marijuana
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