Marijuana Will Be Fast Tracked For 50-State Legalization In 2015

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You've undoubtedly heard about what's going on with marijuana in the U.S.

Pot, which was once considered a taboo, is quickly gaining mainstream acceptance. Today, even the President of the United States has openly admitted to having smoked marijuana in his youth. When the news broke, no one even seemed to blink.

We're already seeing how Americans' changing attitude towards the drug has affected our legal system. For example, voters in both Washington state and Colorado have legalized marijuana for recreational use, while some 20 other states have given it the nod for medicinal purposes.

The problem is that for now, pot is still illegal at the Federal level as a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act. That means even though states like Colorado and Washington state find no problem with dispensaries growing and selling weed, the Feds still see the possession of marijuana as a punishable crime....

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