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Do Voters Care More About Cannabis or Guns?
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Voters More Interested in Marijuana than Anything Else on November Ballot
October 30, 2016

This November, there are a total of 10 marijuana initiatives on state ballots across nine states in the U.S. There are twice as many ballot initiatives as minimum wage and healthcare ballot initiatives, the next two leading social issues by number of ballot measures, which each have five initiatives respectively. This makes marijuana reform by far the leading social issue this voting cycle, indicating just how much of a watershed moment this November could be for marijuana reform. According to 2015 population estimates, marijuana reform results will affect roughly 82 million people, compared with the next most impactful initiative which is in healthcare and will affect 55 million people.

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Massachusetts Senate President Endorses Legalization
Marijuana Legalization May Have an Unexpected Result: Drug Smuggling into Mexico
Business Insider
 
Medical Cannabis Industry in Washington State on Life Support 
Marijuana Business Daily

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Marijuana's $2.4 Billion Impact in Colorado is a Lesson for 5 States Considering Legalization
ThinkProgress

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Key insights in the 2016 Cannabis Investor Study include:
  • Investors are most interested in the ancillary commercial products followed by edibles and infused products.
  • Nine in ten investors are interested in medical and adult use markets
  • 64% of investors expressed interest in the Canadian market
  • Preferred stock is the favored deal structure for 76% of Arcview Investor Network members, followed by convertible debt at 73%.
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