KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Missouri woman is working to make medical marijuana licenses more accessible for all people.
Missouri voters legalized medical marijuana back in 2018. Since then, the state has issued hundreds of licenses to operate grow-houses, testing and manufacturing facilities, as well as dispensaries.
Running one of these businesses requires knowledge of the field, the regulations and a lot of cash on hand.
Marne Madison is the president of the Missouri chapter of Minorities for Medical Marijuana. Through her business, Fleur Verte Home Health Services, she offers classes to help break down the rules and costs of operating a home grow as a caregiver and a patient.
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