Setting the groundwork for profitable legalization
As more and more states alter their marijuana policies, from decriminalizing the possession within preset restrictions, allowing its use for medicinal purposes to outright legalization, entrepreneurs are increasingly seeing green.
Ken VandeVrede, chief operating officer at Terra Tech, a hydroponic equipment maker, is among those bracing for the flood gates to open:

"We can scale this thing very, very quickly. When hemp and cannabis become legal, we’re ready to rock and roll."

And things aren’t exactly quiet on the investment side of things. From Brendan Kennedy, chief executive of the Seattle private equity firm Privateer Holdings

"More and more people see the inevitability. They see that the Berlin Wall of cannabis prohibition is going to come down."

Read more, and learn about the possible involvement of Wall Street in the marijuana industry, here.
Photo: David Paul Morris / Bloomberg

Setting the groundwork for profitable legalization

As more and more states alter their marijuana policies, from decriminalizing the possession within preset restrictions, allowing its use for medicinal purposes to outright legalization, entrepreneurs are increasingly seeing green.

Ken VandeVrede, chief operating officer at Terra Tech, a hydroponic equipment maker, is among those bracing for the flood gates to open:

"We can scale this thing very, very quickly. When hemp and cannabis become legal, we’re ready to rock and roll."

And things aren’t exactly quiet on the investment side of things. From Brendan Kennedy, chief executive of the Seattle private equity firm Privateer Holdings

"More and more people see the inevitability. They see that the Berlin Wall of cannabis prohibition is going to come down."

Read more, and learn about the possible involvement of Wall Street in the marijuana industry, here.

Photo: David Paul Morris / Bloomberg

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    It’s a good thing when the money guys get involved. In this case anyway.
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    In the immortal words of Peter Tosh, “legalize it and don’t criticize it.”
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