Here are some of the top stories you may have missed over the last week.
President Donald Trump may be the next cannabis catalyst. Just days ago, the President said he would support bipartisan efforts in Congress to ease the federal ban on marijuana. Part of the reason for that is the current ban has created sizable conflict with states that have legalized its use in some form. New legislation now seeks to ensure that states have the right to determine on their own the best approach to marijuana legalization inside their own borders.
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In early July 2019, Iran didn’t seem to care much that it crossed the red line for war. At the time, according to the International Atomic Energy, Iran has now exceeded the amount of low-enriched uranium permitted under the nuclear agreement. While Iran says it’s not in violation, arguing that Iran was right to do so after the U.S. abandoned the deal, it could put it on a direct collision course with President Trump.
Angel investing is taking the world by storm. Everyday people from coast to coast are now backing little-known startups long before they IPO, and they're exploding in value, becoming worth billions of dollars. It's making some Americans wealthier than they ever dreamed possible. But when you're in a position to have all of these exciting deals at your fingertips, you need a way to determine which could be winners - and which are nothing more than hype.
War with Iran may be inevitable. Over the weekend, Iran increased its uranium enrichment well beyond the limit allowed under its 2015 nuclear deal, which pushes its program closer to weapons-grade levels. “Within hours, the technical tasks will be done and enrichment above 3.67% will begin,” Iran nuclear agency spokesman Kamalvandi said, as quoted by the Associated Press.“We predict that the IAEA measurements early tomorrow morning will show that we have gone beyond 3.67%.”