The G-20 summit is currently taking place in Hamburg, Germany and marijuana has made its presence known.

Although some of the expected discussion topics include climate change, security and trade, we think medical marijuana will be a topic that takes center stage. 20% of the countries at the G-20 summit have legalized medical marijuana and it will be a topic that is nearly impossible to ignore. Every country is looking for ways to lower its debt level and marijuana is the answer.

Marijuana will not only create a new revenue stream but it will also significantly decrease expenses and allow countries to better allocate its resources.

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