WASHINGTON DC – It might sound like a bit of a pipe dream to think that the federal government is just all of a sudden going to legalize marijuana in the United States and end its more than eight-decade-long reign of terror against the stoner class. But there’s a decent chance legal weed could finally get some much-needed consideration next year.

Strangely, that all depends on the outcome of Georgia’s runoff election scheduled for next week. So get those bets in while you still can. This is one race that you won’t want to miss.

The 2020 election is over for most of the country, except for Georgia. The voters simply couldn’t decide who they wanted to represent them in the U.S. Senate. The state requires a candidate to secure 50 percent of the votes to be declared a winner, and none of the baby-shakers and hand kissers on the ballot got anywhere close to that. It’s sudden death.

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