This week, our colleagues at the Broward-Palm Beach New Times have dispensed a ten-step program on how you can jump in on the medical marijuana craze that is expected to hit Florida soon and become a pot mogul. Or, not. Writer Francisco Alvarado went out and did all the research on what it takes to become a marijuana entrepreneur and learned it’s not as easy as it might seem. The story follows Bob Calkin, a man who runs the Cannabis Career Institute, and his packed seminars at which he teaches ordinary folks what it takes to become a pot baron.
People in Florida who are looking to delve into the business are banking on the medical marijuana amendment passing in November and forking over their money to hear Calkin’s tips. And for good reason. Medical marijuana is potentially big business. Read the entire tale of how people are making big bucks of the medical pot industry before it’s even legal in the Sunshine state over at the New Times.