Which U.S. State Will Legalise Marijuana Next?
A green wave is rolling over the United States. The November 8th election saw 4 states (California, Maine, Nevada and Massachusetts) legalize the recreational use of marijuana, while three more (Florida, North Dakota and Kansas) approved their first medical marijuana initiatives. Which state can be next? Vermont is the –200 favorite at press time, next by Rhode Island (+350) and Michigan (+550).
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Vermont came very close to legalising marijuana last spring, but S. 241 was voted down 121-28 in the gov. House. The political climate is different now that Massachusetts and Maine are on board; the topic is expected to come-up once more during the next legislative session, which starts January 4th. Rhode Island, which consumes more weeds per capital than any another state, is also likely to turn green rather than loss potential tax revenue from cross-border shoppers.
Michigan voters they are not expected to get another crack at legalizing marijuana until 2018, in such a manner Delaware (+700) could be a value pick in this situation. Medical marijuana has been legal in Delaware for 5 years, and the number of registered patients has tripled over the past year. Missouri (+2200) could also sneak in as the winner by passing a medical marijuana initiative in years 2017.
* Marked states have only legal non-psychoactive medical cannabis
Mexican-cartel smugglin from U.S.
Since marijuana became a legal in more than half of USA states, in a lot of matter for medicinal use but in some matter for recreational use just so. Americans are buying more weeds that’s grown in the USA, opinion to NPR. Addition, in turn, is driving down the price of weeds grown in Mexico.
And that because of the legal weed grown here in U.S. is of higher quality, cartels can charge more for it in Mexico.
A many of the marijuana the cartels are smuggling into Mexico is coming out of Payne, Colorado told U.S. News.