I like cannabis in states separate from state-imposed vertical integration

I just moved back up north after living in the southeast for 10 years.

My man dragged me down there when he was accepted into undergraduate school.

At the time I was convinced that the people I was with and I were “soulmates” plus would get married abruptly. Things didn’t pan out exactly how I expected, since the people I was with and I didn’t have a lot in proper in the first site. Once the people I was with and I broke up, I had amassed so several friends plus secured a good job that I decided to stay in the same location after finding an beach house of our own. The one factor that had me eager to move out of the state was the illegal status of cannabis in the state. But in just a few years time, the people I was with and I decided to go from being one of the holdouts in the state on legalizing cannabis to having one of the largest medical marijuana industries in the world. Even though I have to pay for doctor’s visits plus card renewals with the state, I can walk into a marijuana dispensary plus buy anything off the shelf. The only issue with the cannabis program in that state is the vertical integration. The rules from the state force any cannabis company in the state to operate from seed to sale. You must be the grower, processor, packager, distributor, plus seller if you want to be part of our medical marijuana program. That’s what pushed me to move out of the state after staying for so several years. The vertical integration cannabis program made it so every weed store was a literal corporation. I have nothing against corporate cannabis as long as I can find quality among the choices available. Thus far, I have found higher quality cannabis in states that don’t have vertical integration rules for their cannabis dispensaries.

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