The future is uncertain for marijuana businesses in the United States.
Many states, such as Colorado and Washington, have legalized marijuana for medical and recreational purposes.
However, many others, such in California and Oregon, have banned the sale or use of marijuana.
Some states have also legalized the use of industrial hemp, which is often used for textiles.
So, whether or not you live or work in one of these states, the future is still uncertain.
The news of marijuana legalization in California was a shock to many, and some marijuana businesses have been shut down.
For some, the prospect of losing their jobs has been a reality, as they have had to cut jobs and staff.
The good news is that there is a legal and regulated marijuana industry in California.
But for some businesses that have been struggling for years, this is a big deal.
The bad news is, there is no guarantee that marijuana businesses will be able to survive, or thrive, under such a situation.
The California Department of Industrial Relations and Marijuana Control Agency (IMCRA) is currently conducting a study of marijuana businesses to determine the future of the marijuana industry.
But with the study taking months, there could be a long way to go before a clear picture of the future emerges.
While marijuana has been legalized in many states, it is still illegal under federal law.
Marijuana remains illegal under the federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
There is also a federal law that states marijuana can be grown and sold to adults 21 years of age and older, but only in a medical marijuana facility, and only for patients with a physician’s recommendation.
The California Department has a lot of control over the marijuana production, distribution, and consumption in California, but there is still a lot to learn about the industry.
The IMCRA study will be a “first step” to determine whether or where the industry can grow and survive in California after legalization, said David Anderson, the California director of the Marijuana Policy Project.
But the study could also reveal a lot about how to regulate marijuana businesses and make sure they stay in business.
“We’re trying to understand what the public health and safety risks are for the state of California, and that’s going to be a big question mark,” Anderson said.
While the IMCRCA study is ongoing, some business owners are hopeful the industry will grow and thrive in California under its current regulatory framework.
But others are worried about the potential of a crackdown from the Trump administration, which has repeatedly warned that the federal government is poised to crack down on marijuana businesses.
“I am not optimistic, and I think that it is a risk,” said Michael J. Kugelman, owner of the Hemp & Co. marijuana business in Northern California.
Kugelman and his co-owner, Michael G. Kukula, both live in Colorado, but the two owners of Hemp &Co. are hoping that they can survive under the new regulations.
Kukula said that he has already cut a few employees and that he is working on a new business plan to diversify away from marijuana.
But he is worried that the state’s medical marijuana program is not yet in place, and he is also worried that there will be no guarantee the industry in Colorado will be ready for the new regulatory environment.
“There is no certainty that the Colorado medical marijuana market is going to take off.
It is just too early in the process to say whether or how much the industry is going be ready to take advantage of this,” Kugelson said.”
If you’re a licensed medical marijuana patient, you are going to have a very tough time because the regulations are not ready,” said John C. Murgatroyd, the chief executive of the American Medical Marijuana Association.
“The industry is not ready to be ready.
You have to be patient, and you have to trust the government to be honest with you and your doctor.”
The federal government will likely take a more restrictive approach to marijuana, and it is possible that the states will go a step further, allowing medical marijuana patients to grow and sell their own products, rather than relying on the IMCCRA study.
But that may not be the case.
As the state grows more cannabis-friendly, many of the businesses that are looking to expand will need to hire people to grow the marijuana they grow, and they may not have enough people willing to work as full-time employees to do so.
If marijuana businesses cannot expand to their current size, then it will be very difficult to stay in operation.
“People who have been here for 10 or 15 years are very skilled, and the ability to hire and train more people is going have to come from somewhere,” Kukelman said.
“We have to have more people.”
Kugelmans family is one of the founders of Hemp and Co., which has a storefront in Oakland, California.
He said that his family has been doing marijuana for a long time