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It started at the best of times in what was then one of the worst states for cannabis legalization. The exuberance of the chase to get Florida’s Amendment 2 on the ballot in 2014 and the confirmation of the polls of more than 70 percent support. Then the epoch of disbelief, as Amendment #2 failed to get the much needed 60 percent of the vote, left medical cannabis activists Kathleen Isoldi and Candice A. Marschke incredulous. 

Having met many people during the campaign to get 2 on the ballot who wanted to legalize medicinal use of cannabis and many more who needed it to live day-by-day, they began to meet monthly with likeminded people to talk about all things cannabis. During one of those meetings, they were introduced to an up-and-coming cannabis networking organization called Women Grow. 

As founders of the South Florida Chapter of Women Grow, Marschke and Isoldi aspire...

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