In the first two years of its medical marijuana law, the state of Michigan’s MMJ licensing program has brought in over $8 million in profit on less than $10 million in revenue – a profit margin any business would be extremely jealous of. The medical marijuana program is growing at a rate not foreseen by [...]
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A senior citizen “pot collective” is facing growing criticism in a Southern California retirement community, highlighting disparate viewpoints about marijuana in older Americans. In a classic tale of old people who want to get a little stoned, 150 residents of the 18,000-person gated retirement community Laguna Woods Village set up a little weed distribution [...]
PHOENIX — With the state health department suspending Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program, people with medical marijuana cards now have to learn how to grow pot if they want to take advantage of the state’s new initiative. Several people showed up on Sunday to a free workshop in Scottsdale designed to teach people the basics of growing marijuana. People learned [...]
PHOENIX – Medical marijuana is now legal in Arizona, and while it’ll be a while before we see stores selling pot to patients, there are already a lot of people growing their own weed — something that’s allowed under the new law. As you’re about to find out, it’s a complex process. Go inside this [...]
More than 2,300 Arizona residents have state permits to grow marijuana in their homes – for now. That will end in a few months when medical-marijuana dispensaries start opening and household gardeners must pull the plug on their grow lights or face criminal charges if they live within 25 miles of a dispensary.
PHOENIX, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Altitude Organic Corporation, a leading national, publicly-traded medical marijuana company, is pleased to announce that it has more than tripled its number of potential dispensary owners in Arizona who wish to open their own corporately-managed Altitude Organic Medicine dispensary. The company, which acts as a consultant to prospective dispensary [...]
Q: Prop 203 states that patients can grow marijuana in a “closed, locked facility.” I am assuming this means that the plants need to be grown indoors, but isn’t natural light better than growing lights?