Last year sometime the local constabulary arrested the director of our city's fine arts performance center for the same reason. But that was for five plants intended solely for personal consumption. I get your point about making bucks out of the commerce, but I'm afraid the only way pot has any chance of becoming legal is if it's presented as a commodity that can become commercially viable.<br><br>[color:red]</font color=red> [color:orange]</font color=orange> [color:yellow]</font color=yellow> [color:green]</font color=green> [color:blue]</font color=blue> [color:purple]</font color=purple>
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It is currently commercially viable provided you don't get busted. Illegality makes it one of the Sate's biggest expenses.<br><br>However it is definitely a commercially viable agricultural crop as it can not only be completely utilised(all of the crop = nil waste), it provides a way forward through the crises of climate change, deforestation, peak oil, carbon storage..., not to mention many of it's benefits including medical advances.<br><br>
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