“Nobody was really wearing masks at all, then I kind of made a stink about it because I saw what was growing, the mold that was growing, and if you are going to be cleaning, you should have something protecting your face.”
Talking Joints Memo
“I think it’s bananas that we’re not allowing these retailers to open in a safe and controlled way to serve the needs of the Commonwealth in a time of emergency.”
Solar Thera is environmentally friendly, but that edge isn’t enough to get the dispensary’s team through COVID-19. All challenges considered, I threw some difficult questions at its CEO Edward Dow.
You can call it the black market, the grey market, or whatever you want, but it’s the only way for many to get cannabis, and cultivators are inventing smart and safe ways to service consumers.
“Even during an emergency, the Governor does not have unreviewable authority and may not disobey constitutional constraints.”
“Reopening these businesses would provide access to the many adult-use consumers who rely on cannabis for medical purposes.”
There were three near-universal areas of agreement among the panelists, starting with "get a seed in the ground."
Noni Goldman got into the cannabis industry in 2016 with a 50,000-square-foot greenhouse. With a background in supply chain management and agriculture, she says it “seemed like a cool thing to look into,” but “coming from a conservative family, it was definitely ...