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Florida marijuana nonprofit group to merge with Colo. growers
(PNJ) Caring 4 Florida, the medical marijuana nonprofit group founded by a Gulf Breeze family, has merged with Colorado-based Realm of Caring to become Realm of Caring Florida, a statewide resource for families interested in non-euphoric cannabis treatments….
Since the bill’s passage, there’s been a rush to get the necessary infrastructure and regulations in place so that doctors can begin prescribing medical marijuana treatments as early as legally possible.
And the Moseleys have more of a vested interest than ever in seeing the medical marijuana industry realized in Florida…
Peyton Moseley has sold his landscaping business to work in the day-to-day operations of a for-profit company, Ray of Hope 4 Florida, which will partner with one of five nurseries statewide to cultivate and process the marijuana.
“We‘ll be using the same model as they do in Colorado,” Holley said. “There’s a profit side and then there’s the nonprofit group side. The profit side will produce and dispense medicine, and the nonprofit group side which will help educate the community and help with costs. We don’t want finances to be an issue, and that’s why the nonprofit group side is so important, so that we can help assist patients that can’t afford the medication.”
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weedporndaily:

Florida marijuana nonprofit group to merge with Colo. growers

(PNJ) Caring 4 Florida, the medical marijuana nonprofit group founded by a Gulf Breeze family, has merged with Colorado-based Realm of Caring to become Realm of Caring Florida, a statewide resource for families interested in non-euphoric cannabis treatments….

Since the bill’s passage, there’s been a rush to get the necessary infrastructure and regulations in place so that doctors can begin prescribing medical marijuana treatments as early as legally possible.

And the Moseleys have more of a vested interest than ever in seeing the medical marijuana industry realized in Florida…

Peyton Moseley has sold his landscaping business to work in the day-to-day operations of a for-profit company, Ray of Hope 4 Florida, which will partner with one of five nurseries statewide to cultivate and process the marijuana.

“We‘ll be using the same model as they do in Colorado,” Holley said. “There’s a profit side and then there’s the nonprofit group side. The profit side will produce and dispense medicine, and the nonprofit group side which will help educate the community and help with costs. We don’t want finances to be an issue, and that’s why the nonprofit group side is so important, so that we can help assist patients that can’t afford the medication.”

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