The U.S. could soon be sandwiched between two countries with federally legalized marijuana.
Mexico is moving forward with legislation to make the cannabis plant available for a variety of uses.
Canada did the same several years ago.
Here in the U.S., there are states where marijuana is legal, but nothing universal.
There are still a few steps to go through, but the bill that would make Mexico the world's largest cannabis market has been approved by the Mexican Senate.
What kind of impact could this have on the U.S. economy?
Do you think the U.S. will ever have federally legalized marijuana?
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