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Hudak said, “who have the type of background and skill sets that lend themselves to be highly useful in an industry like this: lobbying, consulting, finance, operations.”That is exactly what Jane Heatley discovered. Heatley, who owned a real estate title company for 30 years, moved from Barnstable, Mass., to Corona del Mar, Calif., to care for her mother after a stroke.Cannabis helped her mother’s indigestion and depression, and it lightened her pill use. Heatley, 66, got licensed to be a primary caregiver in California, which included learning about medicinal marijuana.Happy hour at the Bud Breakfast inn smells funkier than most.At , guests pile into the living area for hors d'oeuvres and good company as they light up marijuana pipes and joints.Later in 2014, Schneider opened the first Bud Breakfast in a six-bedroom Victorian home.The suites range from 9 to 9 a night, and a reservation includes complimentary "wake and bake" breakfasts, in which bacon, eggs, and waffles are served with a side of ganja.Located in Denver's Capital Hill neighborhood, the inn is within walking distance of several dispensaries.
After his children graduated college in 2014, Schneider, a former attorney, came to Colorado with the intention of opening a marijuana business that didn't involve growing or selling the plant.
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