Marijuana has finally been made legal and will continue to be made legal over the next couple of years throughout the country. However, there is still a need for marijuana to be sold through the black market. Why? Because of taxes. Regulators have made it near impossible for legal markets get out of restriction. Because of this, while cannabis is allowed in certain areas, drug lords and street dealers have been doing exceptionally well.

A main concern is the banking limits put upon cannabis markets. Dealings have been approved by the government, but still are a threat to the industry because no definitive law has been amended to the books. Lawmakers in Washington D.C. recently added a 37 percent excise tax and restricted the number of retail locations. This put the legal market in a state of non-competitiveness with the underground trade. Lawmakers are going to have to levy taxes and release oppressing rules if they seek to stop illegal drug trading.

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