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  • ZDPY0.80+0.02 +2.55%
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Donald Trump makes a point

Why Trump Could Be Good For The Cannabis Industry

“The Trump effect is good news for the cannabis industry,” said lawyer Lawrence Horwitz at the California Cannabis Business Expo in San Diego on Monday. That comment shocked many attendees who fear that the Trump administration is going to crack down on recreational marijuana.

Horwitz, of the Horwitz & Armstrong law firm in California, noted that if Hillary Clinton had won the election, there was a a good chance marijuana would have been rescheduled, which would have opened the doors to big corporations and possibly even Big Tobacco. “I view it as an opportunity and it opens up the market,” he said.

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