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The woman who sells more legal marijuana edibles than anyone else in Colorado has a name which sounds a bit like a mashup of famous fictional drug dealers. Nancy Whiteman might make you think of pot dealer Nancy Botwin from HBO's"Weeds," or meth maker Walter White from"Breaking Bad"; but Whiteman would be the first person to tell you her life isn't nearly as exciting."I'm always joking with people that I really have to come up with a better back story," she laughs.

Unlike Botwin and White, Whiteman is not a law breaker ... except in the eyes of the U.S. federal government.https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/25/wana-brands-makes-millions-selling-cannabis-edibles.html
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She is indeed a great business woman for creating such product that will give her millions of earnings.
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What can you say about the cannabis candies she's selling?
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Don't support this stuff, buy from your friendly local drug dealer. 😁
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Don't support this stuff, buy from your friendly local drug dealer. 😁
There are no weed dealers in Colorado. Lol!
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So are we going to free and apologize to the people who are currently imprisoned for the exact same thing?
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This country is extremely racist it’s set up for white people to make it only everything is to benefit white people.
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This country is extremely racist it’s set up for white people to make it only everything is to benefit white people.
It's true. It's disgraceful.
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Laws aren't retroactive.
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Laws aren't retroactive.
The law relies on punishment at the current state of the law. If we retroactively release people who committed a crime, that is no longer a crime, shouldn't we also pursue all those that did something that was legal at the time but no longer is? This leads to all kind of issues. The fairest system is to punish people based on the law at the time they were in court. People knew what they were doing was a crime. Just because it became legal later doesn't mean they didn't knowingly break the law.
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The law relies on punishment at the current state of the law. If we retroactively release people who committed a crime, that is no longer a crime, shouldn't we also pursue all those that did something that was legal at the time but no longer is? This leads to all kind of issues. The fairest system is to punish people based on the law at the time they were in court. People knew what they were doing was a crime. Just because it became legal later doesn't mean they didn't knowingly break the law.
I understand what you're saying and it makes sense yes, but from a moral standpoint it's kinda sickening that there are people in jail for possession who never even got involved in distribution, and even those only sold a little get the same punishment as those who sold lots and other drugs, I just think that it's not fair or right to have people imprisoned for weed involvement in a country that is now actively setting up pharmaceutical companies and home grown organics companies for weed and as much as I don't wanna bring race into it, the majority of people setting up these companies are white, and let's be frank, white people do not get pulled for drugs NEARLY as much as our black and Hispanic brothers and sisters. Once again, I do see what you're saying and I actually agree to an extent, I just think at least release the minor offenders. But prison labor is also a prominent business.
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Hopefully people don’t go crazy on these and overdose. I’ve seen plenty of stories of how when marijuana was first legalized out in Colorado a bunch of people overdosed and died because of it.
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