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Doug Fine

PENELOPE BASS
7:30 pm., Tuesday July 09 | Free.
Powell's City of Books
1005 W Burnside St.
 
Examining the business side of cannabis culture, author Doug Fine reports on the revenue produced in the underground marijuana industry, pot-friendly law enforcement and the emergence of taxpaying “ganjapreneurs.” Fine’s new book, Too High to Fail: Cannabis and the New Green Economic Revolution, explores the possibility that legalizing marijuana at the federal level could be a boon to the economy, as well as what it would mean for our culture. Duuuude.

Where: Powell's City of Books
Phone: (800) 878-7323
Address: 1005 W Burnside St.
Website: www.powells.com

 
 

Powell's City of Books

1005 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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