Navigating the New Medical Marijuana Industry with Daniel Reid & Tammy Jacobi
Good Intentions is a resource for those people who are new to the world of legal medical marijuana. The organization helps guide users through the paperwork and other procedures that may be needed to stay within the law.
As more states end prohibition of cannabis for medical and recreational purposes, the demand for groups like Good Intentions will increase. The state of Illinois, where the group holds an office in Chicago, has already begun accepting applications from those seeking medical marijuana.
Tammi Jacobi is the founder and chief executive officer of Good Intentions. Daniel Reid is the group’s managing partner and public affairs officer. They are both guests on the show today. They are here to talk to us about the growing rise of medical and legal recreational marijuana around the country. We will also talk about the need for groups like Good Intentions, and the future of cannabis in the United States.
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