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Legal cannabis use is among the most revolutionary social changes in recent memory. History records periods of dramatic shifts in social values. We are experiencing that time again.
At Cannabis Law LLC we have been through this before. We are experienced in navigating the legal, regulatory and legislative pathways of social change. Sanford M. (“Sandy”) Stein, the founder of Cannabis Law LLC, first emerged in the sweeping development of environmental law when that too was a new and to some, threatening realignment of values. Public demand for safe water, clean air and removal of industrial waste from the land drove that early demand for environmental improvement through new laws, regulations and agencies. The result is a most positive improvement to health and lifestyle now embraced and replicated worldwide.
Today old, outdated notions of cannabis are also challenged in a grass roots understanding that a medicine recognized through 5000 years of human use should be available again in a controlled and regulated regimen. We are witnesses to this next revolution. Applying the same principles and skills that were successful before, we are excited to again be at the forefront of social change.
We say that “social change comes hard – but it never retreats” because we know that to be true. We’ve seen it many times before – and we are here again, not to observe the cannabis revolution, but to lead it.
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