Marijuana Sales Can Make U.S. Tribes Richer and Poorer
The tax-free cannabis business might be a revenue gusher. Whether tribal members will benefit is another issue.
“This is going to be bigger than bingo,” James Billie told CNN over the summer.
A former chief of the Seminole, whose company MCW gives financing and legal counsel to American Indian tribes to help them grow and sell marijuana on their land, Billie could barely contain his excitement about this new venture.