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Cannabis 101 is a comprehensive compendium of cannabis facts and nugs of knowledge. Written by Heady NJ Editor Dan Ulloa, Cannabis 101 is the best book to learn more about this misunderstood plant.

The book features many of the leaders Ulloa has profiled in Heady NJ including Steve DeAngelo, Evan NisonTara Misu, “Marijuana Mommy” founder Jessie Gill, Leo BridgewaterWarren BobrowJim Miller, Hope Wiseman, Jessie Villars, and others!

From California’s legalization of medical marijuana by ballot initiative in 1996, the process of legalization state by state is chronicled along with the challenges that were faced along the way. From just one state in the mid-90s, there are currently 36 states with legal medical cannabis programs. Colorado and Washington became the first two states to pass adult-use reform on Election Day 2012.

The nuances of the industry are detailed in Cannabis 101 along with tips for those interested in joining the industry. From a few growers and sellers, it has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry that experts believe will grow exponentially within the next few years.

While the industry has launched the “Green Rush“, Ulloa chronicles the struggles in Cannabis 101 that have come with making an underground industry legal and equitable.  Having been deemed “essential” by many state governments during the Coronavirus pandemic, the future of cannabis is bright!

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“I really appreciated the way reading the book brought me up to speed with all the people and events that led to where we are now.  I liked learning about the pioneers and leaders in the movement here.  I was impressed with how everything was written about with the pandemic variables included.  It changed so much.  The politics were constantly evolving of course, and you chronicled the events faithfully.”

-Jeff King, cannabis activist