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Without conceding defeat, anti-pot advocates shift focus toward regulation of sellers, marketers
Pew Research survey shows dramatic shifts in public perception of drugs, but some question whether policies will change
As marijuana use goes mainstream, new businesses are sprouting up to cash in on the Kush craze. Pot tourism in Seattle and “marijuana mom” retailers in Beverly Hills are just a few of the ways entrepreneurs are profiting from the legalization movement. On their road to riches, what obstacles do these business owners run into?
Jesse and Joel Stanley, along with three of their brothers, began growing marijuana as a family business in 2008, when Colorado passed its medical-marijuana law. With a focus on cancer treatment and pain management, the Stanley brothers now own greenhouses, dispensaries and labs across the state