I am finding that the quality of cannabis can differ drastically from a single state to another.
There certainly isn’t equal access to cannabis across the board.
For instance, some states require companies to operate from seed to sale if they want to possess a legal cannabis license. My neighbor wanted to transport to Florida when she heard that they passed a law legalizing medical cannabis after years of failing to get the process to pass by way of vote. She thought that she could just transport down there as well as start a marijuana dealer, but she had no idea what sort of restrictions that would be put in place in the short time the state legislature spent formulating the certain rules to accompany the enforcement of this current constitutional amendment. Part of these rules was the restriction on how companies could operate, as well as that meant full vertical integration of the whole process from seed to sale. This created a marijuana cartel overnight because just a small group of companies rushed in to acquire the initial licenses as well as were able to get a slender hold on the state within the first numerous years as they opened current locations each month. This is not the case in Ann Arbor, nor in the rest of the state of MI. You can get a separate license here to either grow cannabis or to sell it at a retail store. That gives retailers the opportunity to carry products from more than 2 growers as well as makes for a much more diverse cannabis market. I told our neighbor to find cheap land on the outskirts of the town in Washtenaw County as well as to start her marijuana company here at condo instead.