Marijuana Market: Maine's Legal Sales of Pot are Booming Since Last October
Since legal sales of recreational marijuana began last October, pot has brought in millions in revenue to the state.
As demand outstrips supply, we will discuss the status of the market for recreational and medical marijuana in Maine, and what the state policies and regulations are.
Erik Gundersen, director, Maine Office of Marijuana Policy
Adam Levin, principal associate, state fiscal health project, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Joshua Reny, assistant city manager, City of South Portland
Brandon Pollock, CEO, Theory Wellness, recreational and medicinal cannabis dispensary based in Massachusetts and Maine
Hillary J. Lister, policy specialist, Maine Matters Research & Consulting
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