It’s hard to imagine the legalization of recreational weed in the U.S. happening this early in 2020.
But the Trump administration’s recent decision to ban the drug from sale and possession is a bad start, and it could cost many weed companies big money.
The new rules are a major step backwards for recreational weed companies.
They are a complete disservice to consumers, who can’t wait to get the new stuff in their hands, and to their investors, who could potentially be forced to sell assets or shut down.
“We’re looking at a potential loss of a lot of investment opportunities,” says Brian Loughlin, co-founder of online marijuana marketplace 420marijuana.
“This has all the makings of a financial disaster.”
The Trump administration is trying to limit the availability of recreational marijuana by taking away licenses and licenses and shutting down dispensaries across the country.
It’s part of a broader strategy to limit access to marijuana and restrict its distribution to minors.
The ban will be effective immediately, but it could last a decade.
It doesn’t address any existing problems with marijuana.
It only makes it more difficult for businesses to grow and sell weed.
For recreational weed to be effective, it needs to be legalized in states where it’s legal.
And that’s what the Trump White House is aiming to do by 2019.
So how will the ban affect recreational weed?
A lot, says Brian Wasser, an attorney with the Drug Policy Alliance.
“The impact will be a lot less than the administration says,” he says.
“It’s going to be a much more narrow scope, which means there’s going.
a lot more of a regulatory window in terms of what the new rules say about how to regulate, where to store and how to distribute.”
That will make it harder for businesses in states that don’t already have legal recreational weed.
For example, Colorado, which already has a legal recreational marijuana program, may now be left without any.
In other words, it’s going be harder for marijuana companies to grow in those states.
The impact is likely to be more limited.
The White House also wants to limit where recreational weed can be sold.
For the first time, states will not be allowed to sell recreational weed directly to consumers.
Instead, recreational weed will be sold in “gift shops,” which will be prohibited from selling weed directly.
That will mean the only way to get it is to go to licensed marijuana dispensaries.
The move could have a big impact on the supply chain, as marijuana will be distributed in “coffee shops” that sell weed in glass jars, rather than in a “grow bag.”
In those cases, the grow bag will be larger and contain more marijuana.
The rule also requires that marijuana be sold at the same price in all states, even if there are legal recreational outlets.
That means there will be less competition for the marijuana industry in places where there are existing recreational marijuana shops.
This new policy could hurt businesses in the recreational weed market in a big way.
The government is going to want to limit how much weed companies can sell in certain areas, and the rules will create a bottleneck for the business of making money from weed in those areas.
In some cases, this could be a huge problem.
“We’re seeing a lot that’s going on with the supply and the demand,” says Wasser.
“A lot of dispensaries, even those that are selling weed in coffee shops, have been unable to compete with the legal recreational dispensaries.”
That’s because recreational weed is a lot easier to get than legal weed.
The U.K. has about 2 million legal recreational shops, and in Canada, there are about 700,000 legal recreational cannabis businesses.
That’s because the federal government allows recreational pot stores to sell pot for recreational purposes, and there are some exceptions for medical and religious uses.
If the Trump Administration bans the sale of recreational pot, the supply will dry up and it won’t be a very good deal for recreational marijuana businesses.
It could also hurt the market for cannabis in other states, as well.
For example, there’s a growing movement to allow people to grow marijuana for personal use.
The Trump administration hasn’t said when this will happen, but in some states it’s already happening.
In states where recreational pot is already legal, businesses that are already in the business can still get legal weed by selling it at their recreational stores, but they’ll have to comply with a different set of rules than the ones that apply to legal weed shops.
For some businesses, it will be harder to sell weed at their retail locations, and they’ll likely have to sell it in a special grow bag.
The effects could also be felt in places like Florida, which is home to some of the country’s largest recreational weed businesses, such as Florida’s Reefer Madness and the Miami-Dade County’s Reef, and where there have been a number