2021 was a big year for vice coverage as states continued to legalize cannabis across the United States, and we watched as new players like billionaires Charles Koch and Beau Wrigley joined the market.

Other standout stories include a profile of the mysterious OnlyFans billionaire and his scandalous rise to power in the digital age, and another that takes us across the world to better understand how the Taliban are cashing in on Afghanistan’s billion-dollar drug trade—specifically of the mass production and distribution of opium.

0:00 U.S. Cannabis Sales Hit $17.5 Billion In 2020
2:16 Inside Billionaire Charles Koch’s Movement to Legalize Cannabis
6:21 The Taliban Are Cashing In Big On Afghanistan’s Billion Dollar Drug Trade
12:39 Meet The Founding Fathers Of 420: The Waldos
17:19 How California’s Legal Cannabis Is Sold Illegally Across America
19:21 The Shady History Of OnlyFans’ Billionaire Owner
25:00 The Making of New York’s $150 Million ‘Cannabis Campus’
27:51 Why Billionaire Beau Wrigley Is Betting Big On Cannabis

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