It’s the end of an era for the medical marijuana industry, and it could be the beginning of the end for the recreational marijuana industry.
The legal marijuana market is valued at over $1 trillion and counting.
There are already more than 200 states where the sale and possession of medical marijuana is legal.
Marijuana has been legal in some of these states since 1996, but in the years since then, the industry has been hampered by several legal issues, including a lack of regulation.
That has created a market that has grown rapidly, and is projected to double in size by 2020.
The biggest obstacle for the industry in its early days has been the federal government’s refusal to budge on the federal marijuana laws, which are currently being phased out.
That’s causing major issues for many companies, and the industry is now facing a new wave of uncertainty.
The legalization of recreational marijuana could bring in billions of dollars in new revenue for the government, but the uncertainty could ultimately lead to a collapse of the industry, according to Brian Vicente, CEO of the Marijuana Industry Group.
He estimates that $30 billion in total sales could be lost by 2020, depending on the state of the economy.
In fact, it’s estimated that recreational marijuana would be worth more than $300bn by 2020 and $1.8 trillion by 2050.
That means that the legal cannabis industry could be worth over a billion dollars in the next decade.
The growth of the legal recreational market was fueled in large part by the availability of the plant.
As a result, medical marijuana was made legal for use in most states and territories, with only a few states still banning medical marijuana.
That created a massive incentive for companies to grow their business in states that allowed medical marijuana use.
Vicente said that, as a result of this, the legal industry has tripled in size in the past decade.
According to Vicente and others, this boom is being driven by a combination of two factors.
The first is that the medical cannabis industry has a growing population, and a growing number of doctors have the expertise to administer the medicine safely.
And secondly, the legalization of medical cannabis in many states means that more doctors are prescribing it for a variety of conditions.
Vicente said, “The number of medical patients in this country has grown from about 5 million in 1995 to more than 11 million today, which means that there are over 8 million more doctors prescribing marijuana for a wide variety of medical conditions.”
And because the legal market is so large, the growing number in the industry means more money for the companies that operate in the market.
According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the medical market is expected to grow by over 500,000 jobs over the next 10 years.
That equates to more money flowing into the pockets of medical professionals and their families, and more businesses opening up to the marijuana industry as more patients seek out medical marijuana treatment.
Viciente noted that, according in the medical industry, one of the main reasons that patients prefer marijuana over other prescription medications is because it’s easier to administer and less expensive to administer.
According to Vicence, the cost of medical treatment is estimated to be $1,000 less per patient per year in some states, and there are plans to increase the number of physicians that are providing medical marijuana to patients in the future.
And the number one reason people use marijuana for medical purposes is that it relieves their pain.
Vicence said that in many ways, marijuana is the most effective painkiller that we’ve seen.
He noted that the marijuana itself is safe and doesn’t cause any side effects.
However, the fact that marijuana has been legalized in some places and illegal in others, it has created significant legal and regulatory issues for the business.
Many states have passed laws that ban the use of marijuana by minors, which makes it difficult for businesses to get the marijuana to their patients.
The U.S. Department of Justice is also facing criticism over its handling of marijuana raids, which it considers to be “prosecutorial overreach.”
The department is being criticized for cracking down on companies and individuals that are complying with federal laws.
According a report from the nonprofit Drug Policy Alliance, the Justice Department has been cracking down harshly on the medical and medical marijuana businesses.
The report said that the department is taking a disproportionate amount of time and resources to enforce the law, which has been causing major problems for businesses.
According one report, the Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the Drug Enforcement Administration, has spent over $4 billion to enforce marijuana laws since 2001.
It’s also been responsible for more than 1,000 lawsuits over marijuana violations.
While the government is cracking down, it is not the only factor that is affecting the growth of marijuana in the U..
S., according to Vicentes estimates.
According for instance, medical cannabis patients and doctors are not able to access medical marijuana without the support of doctors, hospitals, and