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An explosive new development is coming for the U.S. marijuana industry right now…
A group of like-minded mayors is forming the Government for Responsible U.S. Cannabis Policy Coalition.
The coalition aims to allow states with legalized cannabis to oversee the industry without fear of federal interference. That would let cannabis firms work with banks, receive loans, and expand and grow their businesses.
And just days ago, U.S. President Donald Trump announced his support to end the federal ban on marijuana.
This could change everything, just as more states than ever are set to legalize cannabis…
Historically, when legal marijuana legislation passes, the industry's best pot stocks take off, and early investors get the chance to pocket life-changing cash.
Between now and Nov. 6, 16 states will vote to legalize marijuana – two times more than in any other election year.
That means 64 million potential new customers could soon be opening their wallets and unleashing a profit opportunity unlike anything ever witnessed.
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Plus, there are even more cannabis stories making headlines today…
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- People can't get enough cannabis in Nevada. The Nevada Department of Taxation said on May 23 that cannabis sales topped $41 million in March. That was a 16% increase from February sales and was the highest monthly total ever. For the fiscal year, analysts expected $50.3 million in sales for Nevada, and the state already hit $48.97 million in nine months, according to The Cannabist.
- Texas could be moving toward legalizing cannabis, according to com. For the first time ever, marijuana advocates will be allowed to have a booth at the Republican Party of Texas Convention. Texas laws have often been called too restrictive, so this is a major step forward.
- A lot of attention is on the U.S. and Canadian marijuana markets right now, but don't forget about Mexico. In April, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid, said that legalizing cannabis could help reduce crime in his country. In 2017, homicides reached a record of 29,159 in the country.
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