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Miami's First Weed School to Open in April

7 years ago by Allie Conti
Miamians hoping to take their careers to a higher level might get the chance as soon as next month. Medical marijuana may still be a pipe dream in Florida, but Jeremy Bufford, the founder of Medical Marijuana Tampa, says he's planning to open South Florida's first school aimed at teaching...
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Miami's First Marijuana School Could Open in April

7 years ago by Allie Conti
Miamians hoping to take their careers to a higher level might get the chance as soon as next month. Medical marijuana may still be a pipe dream in Florida, but Jeremy Bufford, the founder of Medical Marijuana Tampa, says he's planning to open South Florida's first school aimed at teaching...
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As Bitcoin Conference Comes to Miami, Arrests, Hacks Leave E-Currency Shaky

6 years ago by Deirdra Funcheon
On March 6, 2014, a gray-haired Japanese man in wire-rimmed glasses swept past a swarm of television crews that had been staking out his home. He jumped into a car and led a chase through Los Angeles, the likes of which had not been seen since O.J. Simpson's white Bronco...
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How to Get Rich in the Medical Marijuana Business (or Go Broke Trying)

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
Inside a conference room at a Sheraton Hotel in Miami, Bob Calkin paces in front of a small stage, holding a microphone. The 50-year-old Los Angeles cannabis hustler with '80s rock-band hair flies around the United States, charging folks $299 a head to learn how to make a fortune dealing...

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