Legalising cannabis: A grower’s perspective

He suggested the government limit the number of growers, suppliers and sellers, so the market didn't get out of control
RNZ (New Zealand)
Tuesday, May 7, 2019

nz maori cannabisAs the New Zealand government announces its plans for a cannabis referendum, a self-described “cannabis master” who grows and sells marijuana, provides insight into the illegal business he’s running, and what a workable legitimate business model could look like.  If recreational use becomes legal, he wants to be part of the change. It will allow growers and sellers like him – those he describes as “ninjas or living double lives” – to stop hiding. He said they'd come out of the woodwork and contribute to a new, legal market and would apply for a licence. (See also: New Zealand Drug Foundation is backing a Yes vote)