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It’s no secret that millions of people drink water every day and those same people also drink it from a bottle. In 2012, total U.S. bottled water consumption increased to 9.67 billion gallons, up from 9.1 billion gallons in 2011. In fact, 2012’s consumption growth was the strongest it has been in five years. In addition, per-capita consumption is up 5.3 percent in 2012, with every person in America drinking an average of 30.8 gallons of bottled water last year. Bottled water increased in absolute volume more than any other beverage category in the U.S.
Bottled water sales increased by 6.7 percent in 2012, and now total $11.8 billion. So there’s no doubt that this industry in massive in scale. 30 years ago, if you could have predicted that we’d all be drinking water out of little plastic bottles, not only would you be very rich (had you decided to invest),but you’d probably be reading this from your vacation home in the Caribbean or the South of France!
On the heels of the recent legalization for the medical use of marijuana (though limited) in the states of Illinois and New York not only has Florida lined up a vote for legalization this November but so has Oregon…but in different way
On the ballot will be an option for voters to approve or disapprove “Initiative Petition 53“, which would allow adults 21 and over in Oregon to possess up to eight ounces of marijuana at home and one ounce in public. Similar to other legalized states, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission would be the agency charged with regulating and monitoring the industry. Taxes collected on sales of marijuana would be distributed to schools (40%), state police (15%), local law enforcement at the county level (10%), local law enforcement at the city level (10%), drug prevention & education programs (5%) and Mental Health Alcoholism & Drug Services (20%) in the state, making Oregon #3 on the list of states to legalize marijuana for recreational use. This initiative was first submitted via petition by marijuana reform group New Approach Oregon and was verified by Kate Brown’s (Secretary of State) office as having more than 87,000 signatures.