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Dubroff: Capital and controversy mean cannabis here to stay

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Henry Dubroff One largely unexplored dimension in the explosive growth of cannabis on the Central Coast is how well it fits with our entrepreneurial culture. From agribusiness to tourism to software, it is clear that cannabis is likely to have a long-term impact on the regional economy, its finances and politics. A $20 million capital…

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