Sooner or later cannabis is going to become federally legal and you’ll be seeing cannabis dispensaries on street corners in even the most conservative cities and towns
This last election was a difficult one for all the people. Things have been hanging in so much in limbo that several recounts are going on and one state’s senate race is headed for a runoff election. Although it seems like our big results are going to stay the same, it didn’t look like that during the early afternoon hours on the day following the election on its own. Since so many people were super focused on the presidential race, it’s self-explanatory to forget about some of the constitutional decrees and laws that were passed in individual states. Several sites have approved initiatives to raise their state’s minimum wage upt this time. That number is reached after a few years of raising it by $1 an hour each year as the number slowly increases. Perhaps most crucial of all were the cannabis initiatives. At least four other states have approved laws for recreational cannabis, while another four have adopted laws for medical cannabis. When I was in college roughly a decade years ago, the group of us all wondered whether or not cannabis would ever become legal in any state. Now it seems like there’s a majority among states throughout the entire nation that allows some form of legal cannabis sales. Sooner or later cannabis is going to become federally legal and you’ll be seeing cannabis dispensaries on street corners in even the most conservative cities and towns. I’m excited that my state at the least has access to legal medical cannabis dispensaries and stores.