Kristi Knoblich, Kiva Confections & Dennis Depaolo, Curio Wellness
Florida Cannabis: John Morgan, Yes On 2 & Ben Pollara, United For Care
Ari Hoffnung, Vireo & Pamela Hadfield, HelloMD
Melissa Fults, Issue 7 & David Couch, Issue 6
Meg Sanders, MiNDFUL & Lilach Power, Giving Tree
Jordan Person, Primal Therapeutics & Bob Eschino, Medically Correct
Steve DeAngelo, Harborside & Amy O'Gorman Jenkins, Legislative Advocate
Greta Carter, G Car Companies & George Jage, MJBiz Con
Greta Carter joins us and takes us through her storied career in big banking. She discusses the fact that the historic economic downturn provided her with an opportunity to reinvent herself, which led her to an entirely new industry. She became an activist in the space help protect patients but she needed to find a way to pay the bills, so she used her republican background to marry commerce with cannabis….and finally Greta shares her philosophy, "If you’re not part of the game you can’t change it." But first, George Jage joins us from the Marijuana business conference and expo. Joseph Aboud is the guy with the suits, and George, it turns out is the guy with the trade shows. He shares with us where we are as far as cannabis in relation to comparative industries and trade shows.
Recorded on the Friday after election day, John Hudak returns for a far reaching conversation on policy and cannabis history. He first honestly and thoughtfully discusses polling and prognostication from this cycle showcasing all that was involved in the election outcome. We then dive into governance. We discover the concept of American civic duty going beyond simply voting. We realize the fact that the ultimate accountability of our elected officials rests in the hands of we the people. We run through the Nov. 8th cannabis wins and the meaning of those wins. And we finish by discussing Marijuana: A Short History, John’s book available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the Brookings Press Website.