Both Democrats and Republicans are up to their eyeballs in Kremlin cash. Russian money found its way to Trump advisers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates but also to Democratic power lobbyist Tony Podesta, Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.
When California voters approved Proposition 64, allowing for the legal use of recreational marijuana, it allowed cities and counties to establish their own rules allowing, prohibiting or otherwise regulating sales, manufacturing, cultivation and other aspects of the marijuana business.
Consumers have power. Companies know it. Just look at how quickly Keurig pulled its ads from Sean Hannity’s Fox News show over his coverage of Roy Moore’s alleged child molestation. Indeed, strategically spent big media money can take down talk show hosts, cut into the bank accounts of pro athletes and even elect an American president.