DC’s medical marijuana program progressing, though more change in store
By John Schroyer
The District of Columbia’s medical cannabis companies have been ramping up in the past month, largely because of new business-friendly regulations that have reshaped the future in terms of possible market size.
But those companies still face big questions, especially with regard to expansion and uncertainty over the customer base’s potential size.
For instance, District Growers plans to increase its production space by adding 4,000 square feet to its existing 5,200-square-foot space, in part because the company is expecting a “significant increases” in product demand, CEO Corey Barnette said.
The company is using only about 60%
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