Why the NFL Prohibits Marijuana at Super Bowl

Despite marijuana being legal in 33 states . . .
Marijuana ads will be 100% prohibited from Super Bowl #53.
Why? Because the beer companies are pressuring the NFL and CBS to keep cannabis out of the Super Bowl.
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It’s a controversial decision by the National Football League.
Acreage Holdings (OTC: ACRGF) is an American cannabis company that went public in 2018. The company made headlines last year after adding former Speaker of the House John Boehner to its advisory board.
$5 million is the price tag for a 30-second Super Bowl spot. But that didn’t dissuade the company from developing a commercial.
The commercial – which Acreage will release online – focuses on the health benefits of medical marijuana.
CBS television rejected the Super Bowl ad on behalf of the NFL. It claimed that the ad was “not consistent with advertising policies.”
The Super Bowl is the most widely watched television event. Last year, the NFL championship had 103 million viewers.
So, why would CBS and the NFL reject this ad?
The NFL relies heavily upon beer companies for sponsorship.
Of course, there are the normal commercial spots that dominate nearly every single NFL game.
Plus, the league makes billions from sponsorship. For example, Anheuser-Busch InBev  (NYSE: BUD) paid $1.4 billion to make Bud Light the official NFL beer for five years.
The big beer companies prefer to keep their competitors from advertising with the NFL. And it’s possible that they’ve been pressuring NFL execs and their television partners.
For example, until 2017 the NFL banned the liquor industry from buying Super Bowl ads.
Even today, liquor companies face limitations that are NOT imposed on brewers.
Legal cannabis is expected to top $100 billion in the U.S. with 10 to 12 years.
CBS and the NFL may hide behind the fact that medical and recreational cannabis is ILLEGAL according to federal law.
However, that’s just a convenient excuse.
Fact is that the league wouldn’t be breaking ANY laws by allowing the Acreage ad to run. Meanwhile, two-thirds of Americans support 100% legalization of cannabis.
Plus, nearly 90% support medical marijuana!
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