For many years, the federal marijuana ban prohibited educational institutions from studying marijuana as anything other than an illicit drug. But the rapidly changing legal status of marijuana has changed all this. Each semester seems to bring a new wave of marijuana courses and degree courses. Scott Kenyon, CEO of Denver's w ü rk company, a company that provides salary and human resources services to more than 200 marijuana companies in 45 states, said that many marijuana companies did not need a college degree at first. Others believe that if the marijuana industry is skeptical about marijuana education, it will not be able to achieve its goals of diversity and inclusiveness, because ignoring marijuana degrees may lead to a who knows who game, and the employees of marijuana companies are an extended network of friends and family.
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