Weed millionaire

http://bit.ly/potprofit This is why widespread cannabis legalization is both inevitable and imminent: money. The U.S. has a population of 320 million. Yet it has more people in
prison than China, which has a population of 1.4 billion.
The U.S. also has a higher percentage of its population in prison
than North Korea, Cuba, Iran, Syria, or any of the other countries it
routinely demonizes.
The war on (some) drugs – and cannabis Prohibition in particular –
is the biggest reason why the U.S. is still No. 1 at something: locking
people up.
This pointless war has killed an untold number of people. It’s put
millions of nonviolent offenders behind bars. It’s even ravaged entire
countries, like Mexico and Colombia.
I’m not celebrating a new way for state and municipal governments
to steal money from people voluntarily exchanging goods and
services. I think taxation is morally indistinguishable from theft.
But taxing cannabis – rather than prohibiting it outright – means
more personal freedom and less government coercion. It’s a big step
in the right direction.
Leaders around the world are rethinking marijuana Prohibition.
Many longtime “drug warriors” are even changing their tune.
Prohibition is an unsustainable distortion in the cannabis market – a
distortion that you can take advantage of to make massive profits.
Widespread #legalization Is Imminent.
According to a Gallup poll, 64% of Americans say cannabis should be
totally legal. That’s the highest level of support since polling on this
issue started 48 years ago.
In 2018, opposition to legalization has dropped to an all-time low of
just 34%.
Meanwhile, support has more than doubled since 2000. And as you
can see, it’s continuing to grow…
First, the industry is too big to shut down. There’s simply too
much money and too many jobs at stake. The backlash would be
For example, now that recreational pot is legal in California, the U.S.
legal marijuana market is expected to grow from $6.5 billion to $50
billion by 2026. That would make it the same size as the American
craft beer and chocolate markets combined.
Second, states’ rights matter to Trump voters. Cracking down
on the industry would alienate the people who put him in office.
The new jobs and desperately needed tax revenue will make it
politically impossible to roll back legalization.
Attacking the U.S. marijuana industry would cost Trump a lot more
than it’s politically worth. It wouldn’t make any sense to do it.
Until now, almost all of this money has been underground. But that’s
about to change.
The end of marijuana Prohibition means we can finally profit off
marijuana without risking jail time.
Widespread marijuana legalization is inevitable. It’s happening. And
it’s unleashing a $150 billion market that was once underground.
Those profits are up for grabs.
In the coming months, many investors will make life-changing
fortunes as the marijuana market steps into the light.
For now, though, marijuana is still illegal in most places.
Up until recently, that made it virtually impossible for regular
investors to cash in on the #lucrative #marijuana #trade.


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