The state-of-affairs concerning medical and recreational marijuana is constantly receiving media attention in relations to both economics and politics. Business leaders from the cannabis space are taking notice, and beginning to utilize this attention by transferring into politics.

The political state of the United States consistently goes through evolution, more often than not these changes manifest by way of social, cultural, and economic influences.

These powers, in turn, directly influence those individuals who are chosen to lead the country: politicians.

To put this notion in context, many see the election of President Trump as a direct result of an infusion of pop-culture into the U.S. political sphere, as Trump is undoubtedly the first president to be a modern-day media icon as well as reality television power-house. 

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