they are going to increase prices 25% for the new tax law? An ounce that costs me $400 today would cost me $500 or more with the tax? are you kidding me? their products are in real trouble in a state where its legal to grow marijuana.
Lets say pumpers are correct that MJNA is in the business of MJ. Then this tax KILLS their company.
Now lets realize that MJNA is not involved in MJ...Ok no difference right gusy?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
yeah. what can you do? You can get garbage for a much cheaper price but I live in "legal marijuana state" but its not legal for ANYONE. i WAS PAYING $420 when I used to buy weed.
actually , im 99% sure its about the same price in COLORADO. its at least $300 and now will be $400 or so with the tax.. SEE MY POINT? a rip off , you said it yourself.. so stop the brainless pumping.
Yup they will just grow it, tobacco doesn't cost 200 to 400 an ounce. At that price it would even be worth buying an addition on the house for a grow room lol, not saying someone would do that, but were talking $5 to $10 a year for hard smokers. Youd be a fool not to attempt to grow some on your own.
You can make your own beer and wine too as well as grow tobacco. The price of canna goes down with legalization and increased production. Taxes help the community, unlike any cartel would do
Do most tobacco, wine, and beer consumers produce their own? No. Do you think you could create a nice Merlot? I doubt it. Most likely you would create some #$%$ beer that explodes in your attic or vinegar wine.
Good Mari-J products are not as easy as bashers will lead one to believe to produce. To get top quality, which the consumer now demands, requires skill. It is a weed, but one that requires experience to produce a worthy product.
Legal consumers buy the product, pay taxes to help schools, etc, and are happy to pay it. You can grow your own food too. Do you have a cow in your backyard? Chickens? All your veggies? Do you make all your alcohol and tobacco? How about your friends are they also producing everything they consume? Of course not.
Some rare people do produce their own but most get the majority of their food from grocers or alcohol/tobacco stores; after they pay a tax and are happy to do so, just like MJNA said; "we want our products taxed". No cartel would say that.
You think the government is going to be on the cartel side of untaxed produced elsewhere product or the side of those like MJNA who want to pay taxes on a local product?
MJNA for the win.
Sentiment: Strong Buy