U.S. Election Seen As Possible Pivot Point for Cannabis Legislation

Suzanne Cosgrove

Suzanne Cosgrove

Editor

Initiatives to legalize marijuana are on the ballot in five states this Election Day, giving voters the chance to move the industry toward wider acceptance. In addition, several Senate and gubernatorial races are seen as key to unlocking stalled legislation. JLN talks with Kerry Jordan, co-founder and managing partner of Supercritical, about how the vote is expected to impact the cannabis landscape.

John Lothian Newsletter

Today’s Newsletter

We visit more than 100 websites daily for financial news (Would YOU do that?)

Now Read This

Mike Cavanaugh – Open Outcry Traders History Project

Mike Cavanaugh – Open Outcry Traders History Project

Mike Cavanaugh found his way to the trading industry despite his degree in political science because he had a brother-in-law in the wheat pit at the CBOT. He did a summer internship working for “one of the more prolific wheat traders” and soon fell in love with the place. 

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This Story