Marijuana retail stores will likely open in the state in early 2018. "The prospect of Rudy Giuliani or Chris Christie as attorney general does not bode well", Nadelmann told the Post in an interview.
Along with Trump, pot emerged as the big victor on Tuesday.
Though some insist to reform the laws of marijuana, Arizona was one of the first states to vote against the measure, the voters of the state have rejected the idea of legalizing pot as per the Guardian. Voters in Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota supported medical marijuana. With three states voting "yes" to recreational use and three voting "yes" to medical use, it looks like it's happening quickly and could be a packaging opportunity sooner rather than later. In Maine, a vote to legalize recreational marijuana appears to have narrowly passed.
Winning "eight out of nine is a shocking track record of success", said Rob Kampia, executive director of the Marijuana Policy Project, another pro-legalization group.
Krystal Xiques smokes marijuana at a rally in support of Prop 64 at Sparc Dispensary Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in San Francisco.
"The vote is too close and the stakes are too high for us to concede", said Newell Augur, the No on 1 Campaign's legal counsel and senior advisor.
Needless to say, in an industry that's not yet universally accepted, it is still a force to be reckoned with; one that package printers and converters may want to get on board with soon. "It's not been the politicians who've led on this".
A major question is whether Donald Trump might be that president.
The presidential election wasn't the only pivotal moment in our nation's history this week.
"We will redouble our efforts with this new Congress", Sabet said. As that movement continues, the pressure on the federal government to act to solve the marijuana banking dilemma increases.
The question had divided the medical marijuana caregiver community, with some concerned that their niche market will suffer under the weight of a big new system.
"The positions of Clinton and Trump were very similar", he said. The Drug Enforcement Administration declared earlier this year that marijuana has no medicinal goal and declined to remove it from its schedule of the most unsafe drugs. That's something that no USA president has ever suggested, and Trump has made no similar proposal. More than a third of patients registered in September left over the next month - 7,785 remained in October, according to the state health department.
In 1990, he called for legalizing all drugs, a position he no longer holds.