Prop 64 The Boom Begins
My obsession with the emerald triangle goes back to the beginning what happened in the triangle shaped what has happened today and into the future of legal marijuana. Mendocino, Humboldt and Trinity County make up the Emerald Triangle in upper northern California. This is where the battle for legal marijuana begin this is where the predecessors the ancestors of the marijuana industry began cultivating marijuana on the slopes and dense hills in the forest. Now that marijuana is main stream, now that prop 64 has brought legal marijuana to the largest adult use industry in the world California there is no turning back the days of ole now see the green rush as a reality. Prop 64 passed November 2016, this proposition would regulate an open adult use market for marijuana in California. From it's onset not everyone was on board with prop 64 most saw it as an over reach by state government the other half saw it as a good thing for California to join other legal states and to give the California residents what they want, legal marijuana. This is what California needs to dig it self out of financial strife right? The marijuana industry is calculated to be a billion dollar if not trillion dollar industry as more states go legal the federal government will come to a cross roads, rescheduling or totally decriminalization will have to be the table talk of the day for the federal government. Prop 64 began an all eyes on my mentality in the country and on January 1 2017 the ball dropped in California and legal adult sales began to roaring crowds standing in lines in front of dispensaries across California. Marijuana enthusiasts and on lookers alike flocked to California from legal states and non legal states to bask in the largest adult marijuana market in the world to test the waters and perhaps drink some marijuana infused water. This is the start of the prop 64 reality its seems to be off to a great start and time will tell if this gamble pays off for California. Besides it worked for Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Nevada why not California and prop 64? With the entire West coast of the country marijuana friendly that all eyes on my mentality doesn't seem so bad.
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