Cannabis Education Efforts Go Full Throttle Despite COVID-Related Roadblocks

Suzanne Cosgrove

Suzanne Cosgrove

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In an interview with Kerry Jordan, co-founder of the consultancy Supercritical, and Amanda Gettes, director of strategic initiatives at Chicago’s Olive Harvey College, JLN provides a midyear update on the state’s nascent cannabis industry, including the delay in Illinois’ new social-equity licenses, college training for dispensary workers, why sales are booming, and a preview of the education-directed Sparklist Summit.

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