Cannabis school offers courses in Florida, New York and North Carolina

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Cannabis Career Institute is taking over the east coast in the medical cannabis industry. Classes will be held in New York, North Carolina and Florida on November 8. The end of prohibition is coming and CCI is creating successful entrepreneurs across the entire nation.

On Saturday November 8, 2014 Cannabis Career Institute (CCI) will hold three classes on the east coast. In Buffalo, New York a class will be held at the Holiday Inn near the Buffalo. Classes will also be held in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Hyatt Place near the Durham Airport and in Boca Raton, Florida at the Courtyard by Marriott. As the medical marijuana industry expands CCI is assisting entrepreneurs with the knowledge they need to succeed.

Following the successful East Coast Cannabis Expo in New York City, CCI gained more recognition for their classes now offered nationwide. The expo in the city brought political figures into the movement of ending cannabis prohibition; Senator Diane Savino not only helped fund the event, but also spoke about the progression of medical marijuana in the Compassionate Care that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed in July of 2014. Cannabis Career Institute has spoken to NBC, CBS, Huffington Post amongst others about their North Hollywood based company and their bold national expansion. Reaching states across the nation CCI offers those with business plans advice from experienced instructors laying out steps and procedures adhering to each state's unique laws.

North Carolina is still on the waiting list, however governor Pat McCrory signed into law the North Carolina Epilepsy Alternative Treatment Act in July 2014. This act allows incredibly select individuals to participate in high CBD low THC effect studies. The state is still waiting for a full proposition on medical cannabis use. Florida is also on the list waiting for a medical marijuana program. Senator Jeff Clemens filed an act in 2013 for the use of medical cannabis through restrictive government regulations, yet it was shot down by the Health Policy committee. The state has outlined regulations but must wait for the legislative vote to pass. These CCI courses are preparing entrepreneurs for the moment the industry reaches these states.

In the classes instructors touch on every detail for models including dispensaries, grow operations, edible producers, storefronts ect. Along with the needed knowledge of the business aspect, you will be provided with historical knowledge of the cannabis plant. Included are law changes since the first plant grown in the United States and modern regulations nation- and worldwide. To enroll in the Institute a $299 one-time fee allows you to attend any CCI event in any state with twenty more classes offered this year nation wide. Their goal is to make medical marijuana available to patients in a safe and professional way to ensure safety of the patients, doctors and caregivers alike.

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