Congress to vote on allowing banks to finance marijuana businesses

Canndescent CEO Adrian Sedlin on the potential impact of the Marijuana Banking Bill on the pot industry. FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial news …

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  1. Too bad it fell through flat on its face. The whole government needs fired and replaced with the common citizen. This country is not free. Hasn't been in 150 years.

  2. The government shouldn't be in the business of deciding who can do business together. If banks and ANY business want to do business together, they should be able to. Anything else isn't capitalism and it isn't freedom.

  3. Legalize Marijuana nationwide now. Stop being ridiculous alcoholic pill poppers. Smoke some herb and chill out. The world would be a lot calmer if y'all did… alright alrighttt

  4. There are only two kinds of people that oppose the legalization of cannabis the ones that are ignorant on the subject and the ones that make money off of it being illegal.

  5. Banks have been laundering money for drug cartels for DECADES….Now they can OPENLY grant business loans to drug operations…..that's progress.

  6. As a conservative Republican I totally support this. Pot should be legal taking the power away from the criminals and reducing crime. I think alcohol is way more dangerous than pot.

    We also need to release anyone in jail for pot. Its a victimless crime. But unfortunately there is more money in it being illegal for our crappy government than being legal.

  7. Buy stock in the home network shopping channel! It's like drinking and shopping! Everything looks like a sweet deal! Wow! A one carrot diamond ring for $200 dollars! I didn't know diamonds were supposed to be yellow?

  8. At least this time Righteous Republicans selling out their morality will benefit the general public.
    Most of the time it's just for the 1%; not US!!

  9. Awesome 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻🤙🏻🤙🏻🤙🏻🤙🏻♥️


  11. Don't…. it's an addictive drug. Nothing more. Lots of greedy drug pushers will promote it. Telling you lies that it's harmless…etc. Just examine the top scorers in USA… how many of them use this?
    Fact that all academically advanced nations ban it is sufficient proof you shouldn't encourage widespread use.
    I'll admit that being Buddhist, it's against my religious beliefs too. But surely there are other religions that don't advocate addictive drugs too.

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