Marapharm Ventures Inc. (“Marapharm”) announces it’s intentions to shareholders and interested parties on it’s Nevada operations as a result of the “yes” vote (at press time 9:05pm PST vote was 53.51% in favour) to allow recreational use for marijuana. The “yes” vote supports the proposal to legalize marijuana for recreational use for individuals 21 and over in Nevada.
Linda Sampson, CEO says “all of our production and cultivation is pre-sold for medical purposes so the “yes” vote does not affect our present structure but it makes us aggressive for expansion in Nevada in cultivation and distribution for recreational product and we are on the hunt for acquisitions within the space.”
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