Black Money Business Jobs : Why Blacks aren't getting into the Lucrative Cannabis Business

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In the Spirit of Legal Marijuana,


Cash, connection, and license preclude the average Black, with or without a felony charge, from getting started ...


WHY BLACKS AREN’T GETTING INTO THE LUCRATIVE CANNABIS BUSINESS


Snoop Lion may have just invested in a marijuana delivery app, but most African Americans are not cashing in on the now thriving legal cannabis industry. It is actually the fastest growing industry in the country. By latest estimates, it’s a $2.7 billion business.

According to an NBC series called NBCBLK, there are various reasons for the lack of Black presence ...


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The tobacco industry are already poised to corner the market. As soon as enough states legalize it. Watch





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The tobacco industry are already poised to corner the market. As soon as enough states legalize it. Watch

Maybe, but the concern is why qualified Blacks aren't entering the weed business, a $2.7 billion business now, which is to say, before the heavy hitters corner the market.

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