But These Hometown Exercises Are Less About Getting Warehouses Water Connections And More About Public Relations Campaigns By Businesses To Win Coveted Permits.

He serves on the Board of Directors at PhillyNORML and works as Senior Editor of Freedom Leaf Magazine. Contact: chris@freedomleaf.com More by Chris Goldstein Dec 16 Chris Goldstein is a marijuana reform advocate living in New Jersey. Zoning Boards across Pennsylvania are passing a flurry of local regulations in an effort to roll out the green carpet for medical cannabis companies. But these hometown exercises are less about getting warehouses water connections and more about public relations campaigns by businesses to win coveted permits. During this phase we see how the focus on medical cannabis is really about profit and not necessarily the health of patients. We’ve seen it before in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, and Maryland. It isn’t pretty. The Pennsylvania http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ Department of Health is taking applications for a handful of first-round permits being allowed for growing marijuana and dispensing a limited range of cannabis products. The application forms were released last month and will only be accepted during a four-week window that closes March 20. Short deadlines, limited permits, a sexy product, and the promise to future riches have applicants falling out of the woodwork. A sudden groundswell of support has materialized despite high fees, steep liquid capital requirements and seemingly dauntless regulations.

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