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There is now a company in Lansing, Michigan that teaches you how to legally grow and sell medical marijuana. There’s also a medical marijuana grower’s school in California. From the HydroCollege web site:
Welcome to HydroCollege, here at HydroCollege we teach Michigan residents who are interested in useing or growing marijuana for medicinal purposes how to become legal to do so or possibly become a Michigan caregiver and be able to grow from 12 to 60 plants in your house and also be able to carry 2.5 ounces to 12.5 ounces and provide marijuana to others. My name is Danny Trevino and i am the instructor of HydroCollege. I started HydroCollege on Jan 12th 2009 and i am the first medical marijuana college in Mi and was in the television news for it www.myspace.com/hydroworldlansing if you want to view the video.
I started HydroCollege because people kept coming in to HydroWorld Hydroponics my medical marijuana store and they didnt know how to grow effectively even though they bought a book they still needed to know some hands on approach.
There are important questions for the half-baked institutionalist. 1. How did the Federal gov’t prevail over the states for so long on medical marijuana when the regulation of medical practices resides with the states and voters supported it? 2. What governance mechanisms had to loosen up so that HydroCollege could legitimately operate? 3. How long will it take for mom ‘n’ pop medical marijuana dealers to be run out of town by medical professionals?