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Pot, Inc. : inside medical marijuana, America's most outlaw industry

Author: Greg Campbell
Publisher: New York : Sterling, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Greg Campbell is just about the last person you'd suspect of growing pot in his basement. A few ill-fated experiences in college revealed he was a terrible stoner, and in the years since, he's not given the green stuff another thought. But his attitude changed when medical marijuana was legalized in his home state of Colorado in 2009. It set off a tsunami activity that was viewed by opposing camps as either Nirvana  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Campbell
ISBN: 9781402779251 1402779259
OCLC Number: 701810224
Description: xxvi, 262 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Note about stoners and potheads --
Prologue: Living the dream --
Pot street, USA --
Rocky mountain high --
Reefer madness, pot peddlers, and dope fiends: how pot became poison --
One toke over the line: summer of 1991 --
Home is where the pot is --
Up in smoke --
Growing pains and ganja gurus --
Unlocking the doors of perception --
First, do no harm --
Coming soon to a neighborhood near you: auditors with guns --
Misty mountain hop --
Epilogue: Sea of green from coast to coast..
Other Titles: Inside medical marijuana, America's most outlaw industry
Pot, Incorporated
Responsibility: Greg Campbell.

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Offers an investigation of a hot-button topic: America's schizophrenic attitude to the legalisation of pot. This title chronicles the author's journey into DIY ganjapreneurialism, as he learns how to  Read more...

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Praise for FLAWLESS: "Like a diamond, this true-life caper is clear, colorful, and brilliant." --"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) "Fans of caper books and movies will be in seventh heaven here. Read more...

 
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