Marijuana Legalization Makes Black Market Better In Prohibition States

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There is no denying that the outcome of the midterm elections was a significant victory for marijuana legalization in the United States. There are now ten states with recreational laws on the books and Missouri, a state once known for handing down life sentences to habitual pot offenders, is now poised to unleash the first genuinely liberal medical marijuana program since California forged this concept more than two decades ago. Even Utah, a state where the men, at least the most religious of the breed, are still driven by some bizarre, dark force to take on more than one wife, legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes. If only North Dakota would have been successful in its pursuit of recreational use, we’d be batting a hundred out here.

Nevertheless, these developments are good for pot consumers all across the country. Because – and I must confess

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