He doesn’t want it to go the way of the casinos.
Magician and legalization supporter Penn Jillette talked to Marijuana Business Daily:
“What I’m really hoping for is that the marijuana industry can keep its funk.
“When Nevada first started with gambling, even though it was illegal, even though it was all very, very shady, there was a certain kind of individuality and honesty. Then, in the ’80s, corporations really took over Vegas and it got very homogeneous and very mall-style in general and McDonaldized.