In 2012, Washington and Colorado became the first states to legalize recreational marijuana. Since then, more states have followed. To date, 33 states have legalized the recreational or medicinal use of marijuana. Canada legalized recreational use nation-wide in October 2018.
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Yan Boissonneault’s daughter was turning blue.
Free Cannabis Giveaways Paint a Picture of What the Post-legalization Black Market Will Look Like, Say Experts
With no concrete path to legality, dispensary owners see a future where craft cannabis producers are once again forced into the shadows.
In 2012, Washington State voted to legalize marijuana. By 2014, the world’s first system for legally growing, processing and retailing cannabis was operating.
Business is booming at cannabis shops around B.C. in anticipation of the day that they can finally sell their products legally. “We’ve been begging to be legitimized for years,” said Owen Smith of Leaf Compassion, a cannabis dispensary business with locations across Vancouver Island.
CANNABIS CULTURE – “If we don’t take action now We’ll settle for nothing later We settle for nothing now And we’ll settle for nothing later.” – Rage Against The Machine, Settle For Nothing
CANNABIS CULTURE – For Budtenders, the job requirements are essentially the same everywhere. Of course each shop will have its own way of doing things, so you’ll need to adjust to those specific rules, but it’s not like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) will suddenly mean something different in another country.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Cannabis Culture is a 24-year-old name and brand recognized worldwide for many reasons, all related to cannabis advocacy and activism. While my husband Marc Emery was the founder, owner and operator beginning in 1994, I was the owner and operator from late 2009 onward.
CANNABIS CULTURE- To become part of the American Green Rush success story you need to be smart, hungry, in it for the long haul and confident in your abilities. Cannabis Culture got the inside scoop from budding companies and OG organizations that survived the black market days of marijuana.