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AIR DATE: February 19, 2010

That's right, medical marijuana has gone from being a cottage industry to be a fully-fledged corporate industry. The national company is offering franchises to local entrepreneurs who want to get into the medical marijuana business. We talk with the local franchisees who have bought the first Nevada franchisee and the man who's chairman of the board at the company headquarters of Medical Marijuana, Inc.

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This is a short but important point of mine on the topic of legal marijuana that maybe you will bring in to the discussion. When me and all of my friends were young we were all in @favor of legalization of marijuana. But when we got older and learned about what is going on with our food, our ideas began to change. We would hate to see what happens to our vegetables happen to our marijuana.

We imagine what would happen if huge corporations like monsanto got into the mix.

We believe that it might be better kept illegal, maybe it will stay more pure that way It is a very scary thing to us.

NickFeb 17, 2010 00:00:00 AM
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