Bongs & Pipes
Totally fine with going slow when it comes to Cannabis. This is much better than no movement at all. Looking back a few years does show just how far we've already come. I hope lawmakers become more comfortably with speeding up once the initial stigma and concerns are found to be unwarranted.
I completely agree with going slow as well. This is a completely new business model with no historic data that will help law makers project or estimate future outcomes. I guess the best approach is to take it slow and react and adapt as the market evolves.
Are you a cannabis business owner or just an enthusiast? I find your answers to be very accurate and on point.
Slow and steady wins the Race! I’m ok with everything going slow, because if it wasn’t going slow - it wouldn't be going at all.
I can't imagine life now without Dispensaries! On the positive side of things, we have access to legal weed which is the point even if you have to go for a long drive to the dispensary once in a while to restock your stash.
I saw on one of your posts that you spend most of your time in NJ. How is the Cannabis market up there?
They were booming when they opened but they seem to have really leveled off since then.
CA seems to have a much bigger selection then NJ though!
They indeed boomed and then it sort of leveled but at this point it almost seems like the local authorities issue licenses in small batches and allow a very small geographic area for the dispensaries to open shop. Sometimes you can find them right across the street from each other.
I’ve noticed that. Seems like a silly business strategy to me.
Does anyone have a link or video that speaks more on this topic?
Here is the link to the article pertaining the go-slow policy approach from the city of oxnard: https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/2019/12/01/go-slow-where-oxnard-put-its-marijuana-dispensaries/4298242002/
I was unable to find and actual video. It might be the fact that they change their minds way to often so they don't want their inconsistent thought on video. lol!
Honestly, Ventura County is pretty tight and conservative in many aspects so going slow does not bother me as long as they are going!!!
@Morning Stoner Woah, Oxnard is creeping along slowly. Its almost as if they want to keep the industry within an intimate client base yet hold associate with it at a distance. I hope they get fully on board and just dive in.