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The Author states: "The pro-203 campaign also had one other large donor: a Colorado firm listed as Heavy T and Little D contributed $100,000. Records from the Colorado Secretary of State's office produced no specifics on the kind of business it runs; no phone number or web site was available for the company."
Heavy T and Little D contributed $10,000, not $100,000. Seems like a simple mistake on the authors part, except for the fact that there were a total of 8 contributors for $10,000. Somehow though, the author only made that "mistake" on one group and decided to "point out" Heavy T and Little D. It begs the question, was this a legitimate mistake, or was it some thing else?
Anyways, (stepping down from the soap box) if anybody is looking for a legitimate chance at securing one of these prized medical marijuana dispensary licenses contact us.
Dec 16, 2010
There is so much debate about prop 203 dispensaries. Yet, there is very little talk about the potential for these businesses to give back to the communities in which they operate.
The anticipated revenue numbers are very impressive, and these non-profits have the potential to make some very large donations on a regular basis.
Have any of the dispensary opponents thought about learning a little more about how these businesses are going to donate to the community? Maybe they feel it's best to just puff their chests at the "dispensary beasts".
I cannot speak for would be dispensary owners, but one would assume that the localities and organizations that were involved in hampering or jeopardizing their efforts to help chronically ill patients are probably not going to be at the top of the list when it comes time for philanthropy. Maybe the dispensaries will be so jaded by the whole process that they decide donate 100% outside of Arizona, just a thought.
MMJ Consulting Arizona
Dec 14, 2010
Unfortunate....extremely unfortunate.....This is going to effectively "thin the herd" of dispensary license applications. We at MMJ Consulting Arizona are pressing ahead in securing licenses for our clients, we utilize the services of out of state attornies.
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Get your dispensary license....the window of opportunity is just about to slam shut.Nov 28, 2010