Legal or not, it's an integral part of our economy. In BC Logging, mining, fishing and farming used to be our staples. BC Bud is up there with them now and if the whole pot industry were to suddenly stop one day, the economy would crash. Most of our product is exported. If those exports are curtailed whether through legislation and law enforcement, or reduced by foreign markets entering the industry then that's less overall GDP; the slow down in currency will hurt everyone that picks up whatever trickles down from the top. Most of us don't get to keep most of the money that comes in our hands. It keeps moving to whoever provides the products and services we need. Then some of it moves out of their hands and benefits yet more other people down the line. Like blood to the body, so to is currency to the economy; it has to keep moving and serving all and whomever it touches to be of maximum value to our economic system and consequent standard of life.
Looks like California wants to cash in now.
Not saying there isn't room for competition but politicians and lawmakers need to get off their moral pedestals, cut out the slogan-isms for quick votes, slow down(really slow) and consider very deeply the intricacies and ramifications of their legislations. It all runs much deeper and wider than just the politicos current, and in many cases short-lived, personal platforms.
By any and all accounts, the pot industry is just as real, vital and ingrained as all the other "conventional" industries. Moving too fast and without adequate depth of focus and range in the legislative areas is a recipe for disaster.
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