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What to expect when you step inside a pot shop

"You might associate buying pot with back-alley deals or dingy, incense-filled apartments," writes re
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“You might associate buying pot with back-alley deals or dingy, incense-filled apartments,” writes reporter Tom Schuba. “… But the influx of new cannabis shoppers in Chicago and Illinois are instead being met with corporatized, consumer-friendly retail environments that feel more like an Apple Store, smoothie shop or even a wellness center.” He details more of what you can expect in his latest story…

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