FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - July 17, 2014 Contact: Julie Mullen, 561.779.2516 email@example.com
HOW TO AVOID “POT MILLS” IN FLORIDA’S NEWEST INDUSTRY
Palm Beach County, Fla. (July 17, 2014) – The passage of Florida’s SB 1030 (Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014) calls for the opening of five dispensaries for medical marijuana, located throughout the state. A passage of a ballot initiative in November, calling for increased usage of medical cannabis, could increase the number of needed dispensaries nearly tenfold.
A chief concern by some legislators is a lack of sufficient oversight by state officials which could lead to the possibility of ‘pot mills,’ fraud or abuse. This issue has been addressed in an article just posted on floridamarijuanainfo.org. The story details how Florida will be handling seed-to-sale monitoring of its new medical cannabis industry, and the methods behind the nation’s oldest and largest cannabis tracking company, BioTrackTHC.
“This is why FloridaMarijuanInfo.org exists,” said David Cohn, Publisher/Editor. “We passionately believe it’s critical Floridians know everything they can about what is happening in our state regarding medical marijuana.”
NOTE TO PRESS: floridamarijuanainfo.org will be at the Meet the Experts III event at The Club at Hollywood Hills this Saturday, July 19. The all-day conference will cover all things medical marijuana from constitutional law, to law enforcement and a variety of other related topics. For interview requests, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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