‘Ask Me Anything’ with Cannabis Lawyer Tom Howard
Tom is turning 40 this week! 🥳 To celebrate he hosted an AMA and announced something special pertaining to Illinois’ R3 program. What have you always wanted to ask a cannabis lawyer? Let us know in the comments 👇
Tennessee Lawmaker Blocks Resolution To Honor Murdered Teen Over Alleged Marijuana Sale (Marijuana Moment)
Louisiana Senate And House Both Approve Significant Medical Marijuana Expansion (Marijuana Moment)
Budz For The CHOP (GoFundMe)
R3 Program (Illinois Gov)
Illinois Social Equity Cannabis Business Development Loan (Illinois Gov)
11:00 – Can you get in trouble for shipping cannabis?
13:30 – How soon after award can a license sell in Illinois?
16:20 – Can you start a bakery, without having to have a grow house or dispensary first?
17:00 – Do I need to have a residency in Illinois to grow my MMJ?
17:20 – Is it possible to use an office space if permitted by the owner or building/property manager?
27:45 – Is there a way for me to obtain “recommendation/prescribing power” like other medical positions such as a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, etc?
30:10 – Over/under on the number of lawsuits over the first wave of dispensary approvals/denials?
33:10 – What are your thoughts on the class action lawsuits against public cannabis/CBD companies pertaining to their financial disclosures being potentially misleading, inaccurate, or incomplete?
38:00 – How many plants will New York and Canada allow for home grow?
41:55 – Does Illinois have a listing of all the approved social equity applicants?
42:50 – Do you see Illinois changing the law that makes medical patients pick one dispensary to use?
43:35 – Any good info on Ohio legalization?
45:45 – If I have a medical card in Illinois and grow more than 5 plants, what’s the penalty? Also can I do plants in stages? What age is considered a plant?
47:50 – R3 Program: Restore. Reinvest. Renew.
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