Attorney transforms old warehouse into 'Fort Knox for pot' for medical marijuana growers

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The fact that there's money to be made in the marijuana business is nothing new, but the idea that it can be made legally is a novel concept.

At an undisclosed location on the city's West Side, criminal attorney Matthew Herman is looking to cash in on the growing tolerance of marijuana, legally and socially. And he plans to do it without ever growing a plant.

Herman admits that calling it the "Fort Knox for pot" may be a little over the top, but it coveys the general idea.

Herman has transformed an old building into what he believes is the first of its kind - a secure growing facility available to people commonly known as caregivers, who grow and provide medical marijuana to licensed patients.

The facility provides a locked, secure access, alarm and video monitored facility for growers that allows them...

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