• AERO2.53+0.28 +12.44%
  • AGTK0.0129+0.0004 +3.2000%
  • AMMJ0.699-0.001 -0.143%
  • ATTBF0.0901-0.0098 -9.8098%
  • CANN1.45-0.02 -1.36%
  • CARA14.06-0.21 -1.47%
  • CBDS2.85-0.21 -6.86%
  • CGRW1.01+0.12 +13.48%
  • CNAB0.93-0.01 -1.06%
  • DIDG0.0001+0.0000 +0.0000%
  • EDXC0.039208-0.001702 -4.160359%
  • FULL2.67+0.00 +0.00%
  • GBLX0.257+0.000 +0.000%
  • GRNH0.059+0.003 +5.169%
  • GWPH102.45+0.13 +0.13%
  • HEMP0.0234-0.0031 -11.6981%
  • INCC0.0004+0.0000 +0.0000%
  • INSY9.27+0.02 +0.22%
  • LXRP0.3753-0.0247 -6.1750%
  • MCIG0.2222-0.0040 -1.7683%
  • MJNA0.1018+0.0018 +1.8000%
  • MJNE0.79-0.05 -5.84%
  • MNTR0.95+0.03 +3.26%
  • NDEV0.405+0.004 +0.998%
  • NTRR0.07275+0.00205 +2.89958%
  • OXIS0.0985+0.0135 +15.8824%
  • PMCB0.065+0.000 +0.000%
  • PLPL0.0142+0.0006 +4.4118%
  • RSSFF0.063+0.003 +5.000%
  • SPRWF0.8725-0.0128 -1.4436%
  • SRNA0.1118-0.0132 -10.5600%
  • STEV0.0022-0.0002 -8.4097%
  • TRTC0.252-0.006 -2.326%
  • TURV0.30+0.01 +1.69%
  • TWMJF6.9934-0.0566 -0.8028%
  • XXII2.18+0.04 +1.87%
  • ZDPY0.86-0.04 -4.44%
  • AUDUSD=X0.7857
  • USDJPY=X110.7400
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Could Cannabis Tourism Save Puerto Rico’s Economy?

Puerto Rico is drowning in a sea of debt more than $74 billion deep, and many on the Caribbean island see legal cannabis as a potential lifeline.

The sunny Caribbean island of Puerto Rico is facing some dark financial times: Large companies fled the island for friendlier tax laws, creating a deficit that the resource-rich, industry-poor territory has been unable to fill.

Puerto Ricans — about 45 percent of whom live at or below the poverty line — are following suit: The island’s population has fallen by 400,000 people, to 3.4 million, in no small part because unemployment here (12 percent) is almost triple what it is back in the full-fledged USA (4.3 percent).

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