Hawaii’s eight medical marijuana dispensaries have yet to open because of state delays in setting up a tracking system.
But that’s not stopping entrepreneurs from gearing up to participate in what’s being called one of the fasting-growing industries in the nation.
One prominent example: There’s been rush of people trying to get medical marijuana cards, and that’s spurred at least one new business aimed at helping patients navigate the system to get those cards.
According to the Hawaii Dispensary Alliance, revenue from the dispensaries are estimated between $12 to $38 million in the first year of operations and could grow to as much as $80.5 million by 2018. [Read more at Hawaii News Now]
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