Hawaii Cannabis Entrepreneurs Chomping at the Bit

Even though Hawaii won’t begin accepting medical cannabis business applications until January, some entrepreneurs are already prepping for what’s expected to be a big battle for permits.

In mid-July, right after Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed a new bill into law that allows for eight companies to start dispensaries, food industry mogul Michael Irish registered a new limited liability company and began planning his entrance into the marijuana trade, according to the Honolulu Civil Beat.

Other local big wigs from the business world are also reportedly planning on throwing their names in the ring, including hopefuls


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