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  • Among factors cited by experts identifying longtime tribal joblessness and an economic malaise are underinvestment in tribal areas, lack of resources, and low educational attainment.
  • Some tribes have turned to gambling to drive economic development, but casino and gaming opportunities are limited and do not have as wide spread an economic impact as most people assume. 
  • Cannabis is being considered by tribes as a means to generate economic development and job creation.
  • By entering the cannabis market to capture even the smallest market share, Native American tribes could reduce their overall unemployment average and generate significant revenues.

Cannabis and Native Populations: Potential Impact on North American Tribal Economies

Partnering with Ultra Health, New Frontier Data is proud to release the Cannabis and Native Populations: Potential Impact on North American Tribal Economies.

While the U.S. economy is booming and near full employment, Native American communities are being left behind in both jobs and economic development. Yet Native American tribes can quickly enter one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States. Tribes that are more remote from larger population centers can still realize the benefits in terms of job growth and economic development.

The report covers:

  • Native American Economy
  • Economic Opportunities
  • Revenue & Jobs Potential
  • Risks & Opportunities
  • Recommendations

And much, much more….

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