So when the opportunity to apply for a license to sell cannabis came up, he took it. But when he got word last week that he’d actually been awarded one, he had a realization: Selling marijuana – what New Jersey refers to the drug sold illegally and unlicensed — is a lot different than selling cannabis.
“I have an infrastructure I’ve been tapping into for years. That market exists,” NJWeedman.com said. “But what am I supposed to do? Stop and wait for this new industry? They’re so far behind. The state system is not ready for what I’m doing.”
He'll figure the details out later: A few hours after an interview with the Asbury Park Press, NJWeedman.com sent an email to the CRC's licensing department.
The subject line was two words: "I accept."
“I live every day with the threat over my head that the State Police can show up,” he said. “What if a Republican gets in office, what if they say ‘what are we going to do about this ‘Weedman’ guy?
“I would love to be legal.”