Battling the racial roadblocks to joining the legalized marijuana trade

Darryl Hill, hailed for integrating college football in his youth half a century ago, was a successful entrepreneur with no criminal record and plenty of capital when he applied for a license to grow marijuana in Maryland — a perfect candidate, or so he thought, to enter a wide-open industry that was supposed to take racial diversity into account. Continue reading “Battling the racial roadblocks to joining the legalized marijuana trade”