How the different states react to weed

I think I can speak for a lot of people when I say this recent election has proved to be both stressful and emotional for everyone that is involved.

Regardless of your chosen person across the spectrum, there were laws being voted on in a number of states that poised to have huge change on humanity at large.

My state has spent so many months with a stagnant minimum wage of around seven dollars. So now voters have approved an initiative that will raise it $1 each year until it hits around fifteen. This could change the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. It is no small jump of progress, that is to be certain. But the social improvements haven’t stopped there. We’re now seeing the largest change of legal cannabis that we’ve seen in history. Most states either have medical marijuana, recreational, or both… For those who were still feeling left out while the rest of the country was enjoying legal marijuana, they can finally have access to regulated plus safe cannabis at last. As more dispensaries open in each state, the price tag of legal marijuana goes down. I can’t think of any negative impacts of opening access to safe plus legal cannabis, aside from the possible crime lord making millions on the illegal trade market. I hope that marijuana becomes legal as soon as possible. There needs to be standardization across the board with no states left out of the process. All of us also need to make it legal for marijuana companies to safely store their currency with national banking chains to avoid endangering security staff who guard sizable safes of money.

 

 

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