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Let's take a poll...

Which is your favorite reason #whyIcannabis?

1. Because I’m a contrarian and (not so) secretly love a good shock factor.
2. Because supply and demand (I’m an Economist).
3. Because I’m a worrier.
4. Because medicine is medicine.
5. Because I hate calories and hangovers.
6. Because botany is real.
7. Because no industry should have to operate in the Stone Age.
8. Because traditional business disciplines are necessary in every industry.
9. Because “vices” should be taxed and regulated.

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  1. I'm with you, Lisa. #4 = SO compelling. Specifically for me, the question of why we're voting on this.

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  2. Combination of 8 & 9, I think they work together and its time for evolution and some growing pains in the life cycle of this industry, the future and new users are going to want it!

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  3. All of the above except #9 -- I don't believe "vices" should be taxed or regulated above other products.

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