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Dream on, cowboy. Marlboro doesn't like the competition, has never got involved to my knowledge. It's only legal in a very few states yet, Colorado, Washington, others are coming around slowly. There was a referendum in Ohio, haven't heard the results, but it was muddled by language of monopoly in the proposed law.
No. To do that, they would have to have manufacturing plants in the states where cannabis is legal. And even then, they wold have to have a legal source of supply. There is no legal source available that could meet production demand as of this time. Additionally, since the Federal government still doesn't recognize cannabis as legal, tobacco companies won't touch the stuff for legal and tax reasons. There is no profitability in the market as of yet for them. But I'm sure they have researched the feasibility and are perched to leap the second that legal barriers are removed and profitability is assured.