For Wes Hardin, operations manager at Canna Can Help, the county’s stance is frustrating.
“We want to compete in the industry any way we can,” he said.
Last year, the Canna Can Help medical marijuana dispensary, located in an industrial building off the beaten track, booked $5.5 million in sales. Now the company wants to branch into recreational marijuana in the wake of last year’s passage of Proposition 64, which legalized recreational use of marijuana by adults in California.
But taking advantage of the business opportunity in conservative Tulare County is proving difficult for the company.
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