Workshop on legal marijuana to be held in Louisville

jpatton1@herald-leader.comJanuary 3, 2014 

Intrigued by the legal marijuana industry? ComfyTree Cannabis Academy is coming to Louisville on Jan. 11 with a traveling seminar on everything from lobbying to growing for the market to running a dispensary. A spokesman said that about 30 participants had signed up by Friday.

Kentucky state Sen. Perry Clark, D-Louisville, has said he plans to refile the Gatewood Galbraith Bill, which would legalize medical marijuana in Kentucky, for the upcoming legislative session. A petition on in support of the bill had 4,219 signatures on Friday morning. The goal is 5,000 signatures.

House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, said in September that he is "leaning toward supporting the use of medical marijuana" and wants to see the issue debated.

For more information on the cannabis workshops, which start at $149.99 a person, go to

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