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WASHINGTON – The fast growing medical marijuana trade is on pace to eclipse the market for Viagra, the first sophisticated analysis of the industry found in a report out Wednesday. The study only focused on transactions, ignoring ancillary businesses that serve the industry, such as insurance companies, law firms, public affairs companies or hydroponic equipment makers.
Medical marijuana sales will total $1.7 billion in 2011, just $200 million less than sales for Viagra, Ted Rose, the study’s author, said in a conference call with reporters. The industry has ballooned since the Obama administration declared that it would not raid pot shops as long as they were acting within state law.
The significance of the industry was demonstrated by the list of news outlets on the conference call, which included reporters from CNN Money, Dow Jones, The Associated Press, Fox News and Portfolio.
The report was produced by See Change Strategy and is targeted to medical marijuana businesses, which can purchase the full report for $1,150. An executive summary was made available at MedicalMarijuanaMarkets.com.
The report surveyed just seven states where medical marijuana is bought and sold in the open market: California, Colorado, Michigan, Montana, Washington, Oregon and New Mexico. Four other states — Arizona, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Maine, plus the District of Columbia — will see legally sanctioned pot shops open later this year. Medical weed is legal in Hawaii, Nevada, Alaska and Vermont,
Article source: http://www.khq.com/Global/story.asp?S=14309893