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White collar workers are going green

Though budtenders and ganja growers have long been the face of legal weed, jobs in fields not general
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Though budtenders and ganja growers have long been the face of legal weed, jobs in fields not generally associated with the cannabis industry are popping up around the state. Many new job postings include white-collar positions — from physicians to college professors — that don’t require you to get your hands dirty. Reporter Tom Schuba has the story…

Veteran judge who once kept Oprah on a jury assigned Jussie Smollett case
Pot profs, cannabis clinicians and loud lawyers among white-collar workers flocking to marijuana jobs
Bernie Sanders’ media bashing undercuts U.S. journalism
Recreational weed sales raised over $10 million in tax revenues in first month
Battle brewing over smoke detector proposal in city’s oldest homes, residential buildings
Firing of Oakland’s top cop by civilian board could harden Lightfoot’s opposition to granting similar powers here, alderman warns
Construction firms owe $1.1 million in back pay
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