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The Gentrification of Cannabis

Published Tuesday July 26

Photo: Poormagazine

Thomas Tuscaloosa, Born and raised Oakland resident, Native American Activist, Cannabis Insider

Its tough these days. The economy has been rough for years. Especially for low income residents of the city, mentally and physically disabled folk, and an under educated youth. These are the people who have made up the back bone of the Cannabis industry for the last 10-15 years.

Northern Calif. house has had an added value the last 10 years because people were able to grow on it. You could have a half dozen full time employees working on a single house that were only able to be there because of the grow. There are billions of dollars that, because they are cash, haven’t made it into the banks.

Article length: About 1790 words.
Tags: Santa Cruz
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