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Roseanne Barr Now an Investor in a California Dispensary

First, comedian Roseanne Barr blazed trails with her sitcom; more recently she joined the growing reality TV world as she farmed macadamia nuts in Hawaii.

Now the onetime presidential hopeful whose slogan was ‘Yes, we Cannabis!’ is entering the budding medical marijuana industry – in Santa Ana, California.

Barr will be an investor and have a licensing agreement with a dispensary that’s one of 20 that won a city lottery last year allowing it to apply to operate in Santa Ana, the actress’ spokesman and the dispensary’s partners said this week.

The dispensary will be called Roseanne’s Joint and will sell marijuana products bearing its name, said partner Aaron Herzberg, 46. It will feature Barr’s unique pot strains and products such as pot-laced, chocolate-covered macadamia nuts grown on her farm, he said. [Read more at The Orange County Register]

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