Medical-Marijuana Warehouse Brings Pot Growers Together to Serve Patients’ Needs

Phoenix New Times:  “The freedom to grow marijuana granted by the state’s 2010 medical-pot law is blossoming along with the plants in an El Mirage warehouse.  Bill Hayes, founder of the Arizona Cannabis Society, invited New Times inside last week for a peek at their operation. (See our slideshow of the tour here.)  A couple of years ago, this marijuana nursery would have been kept top-secret by growers who risked going to prison for it. But because of the successful passage of the 2010 Medical Marijuana Act, those growers are now gainfully employed in a legal business. . . .  For ‘donations,’ Arizona’s 20,000-or-so registered medical-pot patients can obtain clones, seeds, or whole plants.”

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The author of this article is Richard Keyt, an Arizona business law attorney who is the creator of this Arizona medical marijuana law website. Connect with Richard at 480-664-7478 or on Google+