5 things Arizona employers need to know about recreational marijuana

Laura A. Bianchi has worked with medical marijuana dispensaries since 2010 when the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act was passed, allowing the drug to be used in the state.

She recently moved her cannabis team and began her own Scottsdale law firm — Bianchi & Brandt — to focus on the rapidly growing industry, an area of law that has seen rapid growth in the state during the past few years. The industry is poised to potentially grow to a $1.8 billion market if voters were to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana on the November 2020 ballot.

To read the full article, click here by Angela Gonzales.

Source: Phoenix Business Journal

Laura A. Bianchi has worked with medical marijuana dispensaries since 2010 when the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act was passed, allowing the drug to be used in the state.She recently moved her cannabis team and began her own Scottsdale law firm — Bianchi & Brandt — to focus on the rapidly growing industry, an area of law that has seen rapid growth in the state during the past few years. The industry is poised to potentially grow to a $1.8 billion market if voters were to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana on the November 2020 ballot.To read the full article, click here by Angela Gonzales.

Source: Phoenix Business Journal

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