Dispensary Business Plan
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
To open a dispensary you will need a dispensary business plan. With the relaxing of the laws in some states relating to the cultivation, selling, and possession of marijuana for medicinal purposes there are now legal dispensaries in operation in many locations throughout the USA. These dispensaries provide a valuable service in local communities, as the alternative is for those in need to have to source their medicinal marijuana from illegal dealers. They help societies in other ways too, as they create jobs and provide opportunities for people to start their own business.
Opening a marijuana dispensary as a business venture can be a very rewarding and profitable experience. It is a recession proof business, as people will always have a need for medicinal marijuana. It is not an easy task, however, as there are still many objections to the legalization of medicinal marijuana, and as such there are very stringent rules and regulations in place to ensure that any dispensary is run ethically.
A dispensary business plan is absolutely vital for anybody who is considering entering this line of business. It should clearly set out in great detail every aspect of the proposed dispensary operation. It is only when certain legal parameters are met that state licensing boards will grant a dispensary license. A dispensary business plan is required to prove that those conditions will be met.
In particular, a dispensary business plan will have to state categorically where the dispensary’s supply of marijuana will be sourced from, and what the size of the expected customer base will be. It will also have to state what measures will be put in place to ensure that all marijuana will be dispensed legally, and that stocks of medical cannabis will always be stored securely.
Since Federal law still classifies marijuana as an illegal substance, any state which has legalized the drug must be seen to be extremely strict in their licensing for medical marijuana dispensaries. A state licensing board must therefore be impressed by a dispensary business plan in order to grant a license. They must also be satisfied that any proposed dispensary will be of benefit to the local community. As a consequence, this should be the focus of attention for anybody who would like to operate a dispensary business. A good dispensary business plan will not only allow them to be granted a license, but also to be granted a business loan from a bank.
Owning and operating a legal marijuana dispensary is a serious responsibility, and one which must be handled professionally. It must be run as diligently as any other business in order for it to be successful. For this reason the creation of a dispensary business plan is the crucial first step in the process of owning a licensed dispensary business.
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Category: Concentrates | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
Three people injured in Denver marijuana celebration shooting
Category: News | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
A marijuana celebration in Denver turned violent, with three people shot and wounded in a shooting. A hunt for two suspects is currently on.
A man and a woman were each shot in the leg and a youth was grazed by a bullet. The woman and the man were taken to hospital in serious condition, but the wounds were not life-threatening, Denver police reported on Twitter.
A dog was also injured in the shooting.
The celebration was taking place in honor of Colorado’s legalization marijuana.
"I heard five or six gunshots in quick succession. That's why I knew it wasn't fireworks. Then everybody started to scatter and ran toward one end of the park," Cole Wagenknecht, who attended the event, told Reuters.
It was not immediately clear what started the shooting.
Read more: http://rt.com
Snoop Dogg, 4/20 Party: Cops Shut Down at Rapper's Marijuana Celebration
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Sun, April, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
Snoop Lion's 4/20 Festival was put out before he even had the chance to light up.
According to TMZ, the rapper held a marijuana party at a Hollywood Hills mansion and it was shut down by police just as he was arriving to it.
The party reportedly started yesterday at 11 a.m., but neighbors in the surrounding area complained to the police about "the noise levels and parking situation." TMZ reports that the party didn't have a permit either.
Cops arrived and shut the party down, but Snoop was reportedly very cooperative during the ordeal -- talking to the police and understanding why it was being shut down. The site says that nobody was cited at the party.
Before the celebration, Snoop seemed ready to party in a tweet he wrote. "Bout to be #Snoop420," he tweeted. "Who's celebratin' wit me. The happy holidays."
Read more: http://www.theboombox.com
Boston Bomb Suspect's Marijuana Use Blamed For Terror Attacks
Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, April, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
When we marijuana aficionados celebrate 4/20, it’s not because we’re looking for a excuse to party and get high. We’re getting high already; we don’t need a calendar and a watch for that. No, what we are celebrating is our culture and identification as members of an oppressed minority. 4/20 isn’t just our “Stoner Holiday”, it’s also like our “Pride Parade”. It’s our stand against those who seek to keep us second-class citizens. It’s our rejection of being forced to hide in a smoky garage while our friends drink beer openly in almost every public accommodation. It’s our fellowship in shared traditions borne of outlaw status, like taking a furtive toke in a bathroom, blowing smoke through the ventilation fan, using eyedrops and Febreze and a lighted match to disguise the evidence of our “criminal” acts. It’s a collective rememberance of our friends and family who lost anything from a job or scholarship to their freedom or their life because nature’s most human-beneficial plant is banned.
As I was finishing up my preparations for my 4/20 presentations tomorrow, I received the embedded picture above from a friend. It is from the Facebook account of Christine Tatum. She is a journalist and anti-pot crusader who I’ve mocked in the past for her over-the-top reefer madness. But this post, on 4/20, blaming marijuana for two young men’s destructive lunacy, moves her from the “mocking” column to “righteous indignation” column on my “To Do” list.
Let’s see, there are 26.1 million annual tokers, 17 million monthly tokers, and 2 million daily tokers in America. Two of them are alleged terrorists. That’s literally, at best, a one-in-a-million risk.
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