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March 22, 2014

March madness insights from the Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform blog

Continuing my habit of doing regular round ups of posts from Marijuana Law, Policy and Reform, here is just a sampling of all the exciting mid-March action in recent posts:

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"Black market violence is not limited to the cartels"

Thank the lawyer.

Legal marijuana merchants in Colorado may not deposit their funds in bank accounts, because the banks may lose their federal charters for laundering the money of an activity still illegal at the federal level. The banks also face criminal charges.

So there should soon be a series of home invasion as bad guys come looking for the cash in the mattresses of merchants of a legal product in Colorado. Security firms should start money storage facilities as an alternative to home storage.

Naturally, the lawyer will be going after the homeowners if they try to defend themselves in any home invasion. The lawyer will be seeking long prison terms for anyone who has tried to stop the lawyer client, the criminal.

So state legalization should result in an increase in the murders of merchants of legal marijuana, their wives and children.

Thank the lawyer.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Mar 23, 2014 1:38:56 PM

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