How the Cannabis Landscape Could Change Post Election

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All of these initiatives have the potential to change how cannabis is produced, sold and used. Voters in seven states will weigh in on 36 different cannabis proposals Tuesday, everything from the legalization of medical and recreational use to the definition of hemp to the tax on cannabis sales. But there’s more than just those cannabis-specific questions that could change the marijuana landscape after the midterms. Here’s a look at how election results could impact the industry. – Read the entire article at Forbes News. Newly elected officials will have the power to set or change state policies.

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After the mid-term elections, the nation may look even more cannabis-friendly.

Voters in seven states will weigh in on 36 different cannabis proposals Tuesday, everything from the legalization of medical and recreational use to the definition of hemp to the tax on cannabis sales. All of these initiatives have the potential to change how cannabis is produced, sold and used. But there’s more than just those cannabis-specific questions that could change the marijuana landscape after the midterms. Newly elected officials will have the power to set or change state policies. Here’s a look at how election results could impact the industry.

– Read the entire article at Forbes News.

Read the full article @ Cannabis Culture