Looks Like New York Marijuana Dispensaries Will Open Soon — Here’s Why Some Industry Owners Aren’t Stoked
Marijuana regulators in New York have long mentioned the end of the year as the time when legal dispensaries would be up and running.
While Uruguay was the first country in the world to legalize marijuana, a new study claims only 27% of citizens purchase it legally.
Despite a legal ban, the health office estimates there are 220,000 regular consumers of cannabis in Switzerland.
Creating a new legal market will take time to build and to earn the trust of new shoppers.
The marijuana market, both legal and illegal, creates a ton of jobs for Americans.
It is essential that rescheduling is done in a way that boosts existing state markets rather than undermining them.
Are taxes and higher prides worth the safety protections that come with legal weed?
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