CROP Applauds US Midterm Elections Results Bringing More States Into the Legal Cannabis Fold

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 08, 2018 — CROP INFRASTRUCTURE CORP. (CSE: CROP) (OTC: CRXPF) (Frankfurt: 2FR) announced today its support of the recent results of the US mid-term elections establishing cannabis legalization in three additional states; Utah, Missouri and Michigan.

The midterm elections took place on Tuesday November 6th, 2018, and cannabis legalization was a major factor for voters. The results showed strong support for further legalization with Michigan legalizing recreational cannabis, as well as Utah and Missouri voting to legalize medicinal cannabis.

CROP Infrastructure CEO, Michael Yorke, stated: “This decision puts the total recreationally legal states to 10, the medicinally legal states to 32, and increases the potential likelihood of cannabis becoming federally legal in the United States.

“With more and more states legalizing medical and recreational cannabis CROP is positioned to substantially expand operations and work with new local partners that require funding and operational expertise.  Lack of traditional lending options from US banking institutions is still a major issue for cannabis companies and CROP intends to bridge that gap to allow for accelerated growth and expansion throughout the sector. We welcome new local potential partners in legalized states to contact CROP.”

Another factor that will increase positive momentum for federal legalization is the recent resignation of US Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions was strongly anti-cannabis and was responsible for rescinding the Cole Memo last January. His resignation is being widely regarded as a strong, positive indicator that the US cannabis market is opening up and that government opinion towards the substance is shifting in favor of legalization.

This midterm election’s outcome is relevant to more than just the end game of dissolving the federal prohibition of cannabis. The momentum could also help the states that have already voted to legalize the drug but remain hamstrung by federal regulation. Recently, the Senate Appropriations Committee dissolved an amendment that would have allowed US banks to work with cannabis companies.

Morgan Fox, media relations director at the National Cannabis Industry Association, commented: “Momentum is gaining for change in Congress to allow states to determine their own marijuana policies, Two thirds of the country want marijuana to be legal, and politicians are ignoring that at their peril.”

About CROP 
Crop Infrastructure Corp. is publicly listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange and trades under the symbol “CROP” and in the US under the symbol “CRXPF”. CROP is primarily engaged in the business of investing, constructing, owning and leasing greenhouse projects as part of the provision of turnkey real estate solutions for lease-to-licensed cannabis producers and processors offering best-in-class operations. The Company’s portfolio of projects includes cultivation properties in California, two in Washington State, a 1,000-acre Nevada Cannabis farm, an 1,865-acre CBD farm, extraction in Nevada with international focuses in Jamaica and Italy and a joint venture on West Hollywood and San Bernardino dispensary applications.

CROP has developed a portfolio of assets including Canna Drink, a cannabis infused functional beverage, US and Italian distribution rights to over 55 cannabis topical products and a portfolio of 16 Cannabis brands.

Company Contact
Michael Yorke – CEO and Director
E-mail: info@cropcorp.com
Website: www.cropcorp.com
Phone: (604) 484-4206

Info from: https://www.wired.com/story/weed-wins-on-election-day-so-what-comes-next/

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