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Absolutely nothing on Earth today (and I mean nothing at all), biotechnology, software, oil, gold, real estate, aerospace, automotives, not smartphones, nothing... is developing as much or even as quickly as the market for marijuana which is legal.
Imagine this: By 2020, the market for marijuana which is legal is going to top $22.8 billion (not million, but billion with a B).The authorized marketplace for cannabis "could be bigger than the National Football League, which saw twelve dolars billion of revenue in 2015. Between 2016 and 2029, the projected growth of marijuana is expected to reach hundred dolars billion - 1,308 % development.
Estimates place the number of some time marijuana users in the community of 50 million individuals. As many as 7.6 million indulge on a daily basis. Out of the 83.3 million milllennials, completely 68%of them are interested in cannabis being available and legal. Once legalization snaps hold all over, a large number of actually established firms - in the tobacco industry... in agriculture and irrigation... in pharmacueticals - definitely will need to go in without hesitation. Plus if you would like even more proof that marijuana is going mainstream, consider this...
On Nov 8th, tens of countless Americans in nine states headed to the polls and voted on the potential future of marijuana. California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada voted to legalize the fun use of marijuana. And voters in Arkansas, Florida, North Montana and Dakota passed ballot initiatives legalizing medical marijuana. Just Arizona, where recreational cannabis was up for a vote, decided against legalization. Collectively, these states in america (excluding Arizona) represent a total population of 75 million individuals. That suggests one in five Americans - twenty % of us - woke up on Aug 9th finding themselves in a state where medical and/or recreational marijuana is legal for adults twenty one and more than.
Perhaps Hollywood celebrities are getting into the action. Many individuals know already about the weed-related business pursuits of Snoop Dog, country music legend Willie Nelson as well as actor and comedian Tommy Chong. Fewer already know that Grammy Award winning singer Melissa Etheridge is building her unique line of cannabis infused wine and TV talk show host Whoopi Goldberg is introducing a line of medical marijuana solutions targeted at girls. And individuals focus on Hollywood icons. Not a single thing is much more mainstream than the television sitcom.
On July 13th in 2016, Variety revealed that Netflix is planning to air a sitcom set within a legal pot dispensary. Called DisJointed, the show is the brainchild of TV genius Chuck Lorre, creator of that mainstream blockbusters as The Big Bang Theory plus Two and a Half Men. A recent poll by Quinnipiac Faculty discovered that 89 percent of voters in the United States think that adults must be allowed legitimate access to medical marijuana each time a health care provider prescribes it. Plus the U.S.A. is not the only country poised to ease the reins on marijuana. Israel, Jamaica, Uruguay, Australia, Mexico, Spain, Canada, Germany and Columbia have both legalized or decriminalized possession.
Since 1972, marijuana continues to be classified as a Schedule 1 controlled substance. Schedule one drugs are those considered lacking medical use and present a high potential for abuse. As a Schedule one drug, marijuana gets grouped alongside ecstasy, LSD, and heroin. But in the face of mounting pressure from the doctors, medical researchers, Congress and state governments, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) have come under pressure to downgrade marijuana to a Schedule II drug, or maybe actually a Schedule III.