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What happens when two founders get together for a National Cannabis Industry Association social in Young's old stomping grounds, Portland Maine? Good conversation, some insight on what it's like to be a lobbyist in Washington DC, and what will the new normal look like, and how long will it take to get there?

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More than two years after voters made weed legal in the Bay State, Boston has yet to open an adult use dispensary. Attorney Walter Sullivan explains what's holding it up, what the future looks like for social equity programs on In the Weeds with Jimmy Young.

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What does the new normal look like in Massachusetts in five years? Will there be cannabis social clubs, will people recognize the benefits of using the product responsibly? Attorney Walter Sullivan and Jimmy Young team up to go In The Weeds.

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Attorney Walter Sullivan is host of In The Weeds on the Radio entrepreneurs network, now on In the Weeds with Jimmy Young they discuss why it's been such a slow roll out of weed dispensaries in the city of Boston. Who is in control of this fledgling industry.

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Social equity programs, the growth and health of the illegal market, what is the state of weed in Massachusetts? Attorney Walter Sullivan is always right in the middle of the regulations for all adult use products in the commonwealth in a battle of In The Weeds hosts, Jimmy Young and his guest Walter Sullivan.

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Attorney Walter Sullivan has a show called In The Weeds...and now he's on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young!  Walter is a champion of the people's right to have a responsibly fun time with a variety of adult use products. Marijuana vs. Hemp vs. Cannabis aren't they all derivatives of the same plant?

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In the final of 3 episodes of the interview with Joe Nelson of the Ma Cannabis Chefs, he talks about some of his favorite foods, but don't ask him for his favorite! In The Weeds with Jimmy Young

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In Episode 2 of 3 parts of the interview with Mass Cannabis Chefs co-founder Joe Nelson, the gourmet preparer of infused private dinner parties, he talks about how he and his partner Patrick Mulcahy started this idea 2.5 years ago, and why social equity policies during the roll out of adult use of cannabis is a joke! All that on In The Weeds with Jimmy Young.

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Joe Nelson is one of the founders of the Massachusetts Cannabis Chefs. He and his fellow chefs create gourmet private parties for the pleasure of their guests who pay a per plate fee. He cooks with or without the magical ingredients in the sativa plant, and bases his infusion levels with your personal experience with this plant. You can even just go with a CBD infusion meal that won't get you buzzed at all. He joes Jimmy Young In The Weeds. Part 1 of 3

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The Massachusetts cannabis industry has been painfully slow rolling out the licenses for adult use over the past few months. Jessica Bartlett of the Boston Business Journal has covered it and has some unique perspectives on its prospects and its processes. She joins In The Weeds with Jimmy Young to talk about what's next in Boston and what about that social equity program?

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