Legal Cannabis: Savior of State Economies?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If interstate cannabis commerce is allowed by the federal government, could it bring thriving business to stagnating state economies?[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]More and more states are heading towards the legalization of marijuana, however, there still remains issues that need to be addressed. As of now, it is illegal to grow marijuana legally in one state, then taking it to another. This is due to federal law that still classifies marijuana as illegal. In order for the legal cannabis industry to mature, interstate transport and commerce needs to be legalized. This change would benefit states and producers across the country. Now, states in the rust belt or the northeast have an opportunity to capitalize on a new industry that can bring jobs back to their states. If you or a loved one gets involved in a marijuana-related case, go to any of our locations in Lake Havasu City, Tempe, Bullhead City, AZ, or Las Vegas, NV.

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