“The majority of the money that the cannabis club will make between here and then is all going to be put back into the business and the brand,” the 26-year-old said in an interview. When the new law takes effect, likely in February, Greene’s members and all Alaskans can legally possess, transport, and share up to one ounce of their indica and sativa varietals. After nine months of state rulemaking, licensed retail shops could open in 2016, and Greene hopes to open a seed-to-sale business with a home-delivery component anchored at the site. Greene, who grew up in Anchorage, first tried pot as a teenager but didn’t like it, turning instead to alcohol before drinking began to push her life off track in college in Texas. On a friend’s advice, she took up pot and graduated with honors, she said. These days, she prefers cannabis cigars.
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