This Man Ran a Huge Cannabis Factory Next to a Police HQ
- In the early 2000s, weed was still a dirty word; the notion of a cannabis farm being able to operate like a legitimate, tax-paying business would have seemed absurd.
- Authorities claimed that the company, which was Wales’s biggest cannabis farm, generated profits of $2 million per year, and was described in court as “nothing short of a rolling production line.”
- Company already has approval from Eagle County to build marijuana greenhouses and a drying and…
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In 2016, the idea of corporations running large-scale weed-growing operations is a relatively mainstream one. With attitudes relaxing towards cannabis, the plant now being legal in a number of states, and the “green economy” clearly being a very viable way of making big money, it probably won’t be all that long until we start to see multinational conglomerates built on buds.
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