After Bernie stepped aside in the race for president of the United States, the closest ally the industry has is Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton is no hero for the marijuana industry, but after the Democratic party endorsed moving marijuana from a Schedule I drug to a Schedule II to allow for more research, 43 percent of cannabis industry executives and professionals said they'd vote for Clinton for president.

According to a poll conducted by Marijuana Business Daily, the marijuana industry supports Clinton. Only 26.1 percent of cannabis industry executives and professionals support Donald Trump and 15.6 percent support Gary Johnson, the Libertarian candidate, former Arizona governor and marijuana company CEO.

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Will Yakowicz ~ Inc.com ~

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