The acting executive director of the state medical marijuana commission has resigned from the post she has held since this spring.
Sharon Heneson Bloom tendered her resignation last month prior to the last meeting of the commission.
Bloom, who also serves as an assistant to former Sen. Paula Hollinger in the department’s health workforce office, said the demands of both jobs ultimately proved incompatible with each other.
“I was here late a lot of nights and I realized that I couldn’t do both,” Bloom said, adding that the schedule meant giving up activities in her personal life, including teaching a fitness class.
“I could never guarantee I’d be out of here at a regular hour,” Bloom said. [Read More]