Cannabis Control Commission
Recompose perfected a process where the recently deceased body is cleaned, wrapped in a shroud, and placed in a tube on a soft bed of wood chips, straw, nitrogen, and alfalfa sprouts.
Empty storefronts don’t employ staff; there’s no one to purchase coffee, gas, lunch, or snacks from local merchants.
"There needs to be a clear-cut process. The process for a white man and a black veteran woman needs to be equal.”
Marijuana applicants are often desperate to lock up space, willing to bid up rates well over market value in order to price out a rival.
Got cancer? Tough luck. Got epilepsy? Too bad, so sad. Got chronic pain? Shut up and go eat your opiates.
"The Commission’s quarantine order does not apply to medical-use marijuana vaping devices designed exclusively for marijuana flower."
The playing field needs to be level for everyone. There needs to be a sense of fairness. Everyone should have to begin from the same starting line.
“We have been running with very little capital, so the less wait we have, the better chance to compete in a market that was initially set up against us.”
The Harvest Collaborative is currently a joint venture between Chris Vining and Alex Coon, but if things go per their vision, they will potentially have hundreds of area partners who together own 50% of the dispensary that they hope to open.