Cannabis, the Constitution and States Rights

The change in the legal status of the cannabis plant has been a mixed blessing. The industry is now entering the arena of dynamic market capitalism despite many of its pioneers still serving lengthy prison sentences and many seriously ill patients still going without.   Too often these new corporate growers don’t have the same passion and spiritual attachment to the plant that the former outlaws who grew it did. This has many implications for both business and government. We need to avoid the negative baggage of entrepreneurship with its crony capitalism, cut-throat competition, and l...
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