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September 19, 2014 at 3:49 PM

Parents in the pot business, how has your job affected your child?

Pot entrepreneurs who are parents, I could use your help. Some parents in the industry have told me stories about how their involvement with marijuana has affected their child negatively. One parent was asked not to coach on a child’s sports team because he worked in the pot business.

Other parents have told me how fortunate they feel to be involved in the marijuana industry: It has allowed them a better living and that financial comfort has helped their kids.

I’d like to learn more for a story I’m writing. If you have a story or experience you’d be willing to share, please fill out this form. I may contact you. I will not publish any information before contacting you.

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