If Californians legalize recreational pot, who will cash in?

Polls show 60 percent of likely California voters support the November ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana. Backers of the measure see big dollar signs in California’s future and the green rush dream is on display this week at the Cannabis Business Expo.

Not everyone in attendance is stoked about Prop 64, though. Take Virgil Grant, for instance, one of the original medical marijuana dispensary owners in LA, who’s skeptical that legalizing recreational weed will be a good thing for people like him.

Next, NBC’s Matt Lauer is being criticized for his performance as the host of the network’s presidential forum on foreign policy. Observers say he failed to push back against Donald Trump and spent too much time hounding Hillary Clinton about her use of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State. Was Lauer inappropriately tough on Clinton and easy on Trump?

Then, it’s been four years since Frank Ocean put out his first studio album, the seminal “Channel Orange.” Does his long-anticipated “Blonde” live up to the hype?

Finally, Apple announced its iPhone 7 has no headphone jack. Will that allow Apple better control over content rights?

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