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Maryland marijuana businesses seek novel collaborations

Entrepreneurs say that it is better to be a pillar of the community than a pariah

Maryland regulators plan to start distributing licences to marijuana growers and processors in the summer, with medical cannabis probably becoming available by early 2017.


AT LEAST two Maryland state universities are jumping at the chance to work with marijuana growers to research the medicinal application and cultivation of cannabis. A tiny Western Maryland town said that it would happily accept a 5 per cent share of profits from a company that

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