Interstate marijuana tariffs are not such a far-fetched idea if states have a legal obligation to protect local and minority owned businesses. If you walked into a dispensary in Florida or Massachusetts and had locally grown ounces of cannabis at $300 and imported Emerald Triangle ounces at $375, it seems you create enough disincentive for most consumer to “buy up” to the imported brand, but also create a high-end market where if the consumer with enough discretionary income would like a more exotic strain, they are able to buy it. You want Chong’s Choice to Snoop Leaf’s in Florida, no problem, just prepared to pay more for them compared to the dispensaries white-label brand.
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Source : Marijuana Tariffs – The Future of Interstate Cannabis Commerce and Social Equity Mandates?
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