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Grant Cardone sits down in a one to one discussion with John Redman in this exclusive interview on Power Players to discuss the benefits of not legalizing marijuana. Grant and John discuss how using any type of narcotic affects brain function, ability to perform in the workplace and degrades one’s ability to maintain healthy relationships. Grant and John comment on how marijuana would become another business of addiction much like that of alcohol and big tobacco. Today’s marijuana is 20x stronger than that of what was used in the 1960’s and the effects on individuals capacity for learning, maintaining steady jobs and focus is greatly inhibited by using marijuana.

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