U.S. medical marijuana companies are setting up shop in Israel, where fewer roadblocks mean better research – and faster results. Standing on the rear balcony of a gray factory building off the side of a highway, Tamir Gedo shields his eyes from the blazing sun. He points to the 23 acres of agricultural fields spread out before him. “We’ll be able to produce more cannabis here than the entire state of Colorado,” he says. Minutes…

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