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Something to Declare: Legalized Cannabis Leads to Fewer Border Interceptions

By J.J. McCoy, Senior Managing Editor for New Frontier Data Nationally, reported interceptions of cannabis by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have been falling dramatically throughout recent years, from 2.53 million pounds in 2011, to 861,231 pounds in 2017 — a 66% decrease. That dramatic decline mirrors the increase in domestic cannabis production as more […]
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Slowing the Tide of Imported Cannabis

  Reported interceptions of illicit cannabis by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection nationwide have fallen from 2.53 million pounds in 2011, to 861,231 pounds in 2017: a 66% decrease. The consistent declines inversely reflect increases in domestic cannabis production as more U.S. states legalize cannabis whether for medical programs, adult-use markets, or both. Year-over-year […]
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