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

Suzanne Cosgrove

Suzanne Cosgrove

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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.

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